The smell of wood smoke wafted to greet Pearn’s Steam World visitors at the weekend, as did the whistle of the model steam train and the cheery song of a fairground organ.
After wet weather saw a sluggish start on Saturday, clearer skies Sunday drew many people out for the annual Pearn’s Steam World Steam Up – which will run for a final day on Monday.
Inside the gates on Sunday sat 20 Massey-Ferguson tractors, brought in by others to supplement the organisations own collection for the 60th anniversary of the iconic tractor.
Robert Hill, secretary of Pearn’s Steam World, was thrilled with both the tractor and visitor turnout.
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