Panelled wood construction with Mollycroft roof and on wooden chassis. Solid rubber tyred wheels. Fitted mahogany interior with bunk beds and cupboards, etc. Handsome cast iron ‘Bonnybridge’ Dover range. Belly boxes and other fittings.
Designed for direct-draw ploughing by steam and later crawler tractors, this unusual plough made c1920 works well and has been used by us behind a Ransomes 60 BHP traction engine. To be sold complete with kit to add 6th furrow.
A heavily constructed steam engine tender to haul water, coal and other supplies. Heavy steel chassis with turntable steering on spoked wheels, and with A-frame. Large Water tank with hose connections and tap.
Built by Hursts of Retford in c1948, this is a particularly good condition three bay showmans van, with a highly original and almost untouched period interior. Mollycroft roof, painted ceilings, period stove, belly boxes and mudguards. Generally in very good condition, usable and ready to tow with good tyres.