Machinery tells story of farming history

Nathan Woodruff And Ian Plonges  TBW Newsgroup
BACK TO FORMER GLORY: Mil Lel Steam and Machinery Club members Nathan Woodruff and Ian Ploenges are both ready for this year’s Mil Lel Agriculture and Horticulture Show. Mr Ploenges said this year’s display had almost doubled and would include a wide range of stationary engines and machinery.
Picture: MOLLY TAYLOR

HELD together by fencing wire as opposed to welded joints, Mil Lel Steam and Machinery Club’s youngest member Nathan Woodruff believes each historic stationary engine is unique.

Growing up in a family of history buffs, Mr Woodruff has been passionate

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