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It's that time of year again, for the East Anglian Traction Engine Society, Annual General Meeting.
This year it will be held on Saturday 12 November at Strumpshaw Steam Museum, Norwich, NR13 4HR. The venue will be open from 10.30am, ready for AGM business at 11.00am. Following the AGM business, refreshments will be provided at 12.00 midday. At 1pm the museum will be providing viewing with an engine in steam and organ playing.
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Congratulations to our President, Jonathan Wheeler and his hardworking family and friends on a very successful threshing day at Bardwell in Suffolk. Visitors were treated to the rare sight of two complete tackles working side by side, powered by Jonathan's Ruston "Oliver" and our chairman Stuart Hines' Fowell engine "Percy".
The Ruston was running the Foster drum now owned by Danny Wheeler, and formerly the pride and joy of our late members George and Marian Royce, and which had not been worked for fifty years.
Alan Hines also attended with his Robey showman’s tractor "Batsheba", while Jonny Ling took along his Pleur street organ. A selection of other vintage exhibits joined in the fun, and a good sum was raised for the upkeep of Bardwell Windmill.
With thanks to Gary Clayton for the use of his images.
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