First, I never heard of an antique machinery festival in my life. Just by chance some mentioned it at a friends house. That's all it took. I just had to see what this is all about.
I could not believe just how many people there were at this festival. It was like the Woodstock of old machines. I was impressed. It was just amazing to see all the engineering that went into these machines. Especially knowing how old they were. These were the machines that helped build America and worked the farm lands that fed this nation. It was so cool. The noise, the smells and the old folks who probably used some of these machines over 80 years ago and the few of them who still do. And there just wasn't old machines either. Old Cars, old tools and an old steam train that ran back and forth for most of the day. You have to see it to believe it. Bring the family too, the kids will love it. Check out some of the video I took.
Video 1 - Video 2 - Video 3 - Video 4 - Old Steam Train Video
(Need a fast internet connection or a lot of patience)
For more information check out the Antique Machinery Website
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