Classic car engines meet at Newby Hall at the ‘Tractor Fest’

Britain’s largest tractor festival, Tractor Fest, features over 1,000 vintage and modern tractors, 600 stationary engines, commercial vehicles, cars, trucks and motorcycles on display at Newby Hall near Ripon.

Tom Moffat, who will be bringing two rare vintage lighting rigs from Ruston and Hornsby to the show, said: “All I know is that there are three more such lighting rigs – and I own two of them.”

York Press: Farmer David Mashiter prepares to take his Richard Hornsby engine to the showFarmer David Mashiter prepares to bring his Richard Hornsby engine to the show (Image: Included)

Organized by the Yorkshire Vintage Association (YVA), Tractor Fest takes place over two days on 10th and 11th June and is a firm favorite with enthusiasts and families.

This year’s festival will showcase factory built portable engines and tractors powered by Perkins engines. A variety of entertainment, crafts, food and drink is on offer, while admission includes access to Newby’s gardens, adventure playground, dolls house and teddy bear exhibits. Classic car engines meet at Newby Hall at the ‘Tractor Fest’

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