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Quote nwales1 Replybullet Topic: SANDRINGHAM FLOWER SHOW–Wednesday 27 July 2011 pt1
    Posted: 08 Aug 2011 at 7:53pm

Here are the pedestrian operated machines at the Sandringham Flower Show.   Photos by Graham Smith

1935 2 stroke Atco Garden Tractor (Atlas Chain Co) shown by Brian Carter


1948 British Anzani Motor Hoe shown by Brian Carter


1953 Monrotiller Series I Rotovator with Villiers 4 stroke engine shown by Graham and Jean Smith


1940 Lloyds Autosickle with cutter bar shown by Brian Spratling


1940's Rotoscythe shown by Brian Spratling


1959 Monrotiller Minor shown by Alan Thacker


late 1940s Barford Atom 1 1/4hp with cylinder mower shown by Alan Thacker


c1950 Pegson Unitractor shown by Paul Giles


c1950 Wrigley one wheel cultivator shown by Steve Woollas


1980 John Deere Rotovator shown by Malcolm Bush


More photographs to follow.

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Quote Chap Replybullet Posted: 08 Aug 2011 at 9:44pm

Very good pictures looks like a super show, just spotted a plough and a yellow rear wheel in the monrotiller minor picture,can you let us know what it was and do you have a picture,thanks Sam

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Quote nwales1 Replybullet Posted: 10 Aug 2011 at 5:52pm
If you have a look at the Sandringham photographs in the Ride On Section, the plough belonged to the Trusty Steed.
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