Section Secretary – Mr M Vincent
Tel 01726 814385
HOW IT WAS DONE IN GRANDFATHER’S TIME
Welcome to this year’s Lanlivery working section. As well as the usual displays of ploughing and cultivation, corn threshing, milling and bread-making, we have grown some corn on site and, weather permitting, hope to cut it with a binder. So you should be able to see the various processes involved from the standing corn to the finished loaf.
We are also lucky to have a vintage saw bench which will give you an idea of the work and skill involved in transforming a tree trunk into sawn timber.
Please feel free to ask the exhibitors any questions. You will have to get their attention from the spectator’s side of the safety fencing that is there, not only for your safety, but to prevent the equipment operators from being distracted by spectators getting too close to the exhibits.
Please do not attempt to enter any of these working section enclosures.
HAVE AN ENJOYABLE WEEKEND !
1. RACK SAW BENCH. Purchased 6 years ago and extensively restored. Owner: Kim Moore of Camborne.
2. MASSEY FERGUSSON 1505 (185HP – V8 ENGINE). YEAR 1976. Spent working life in Suffolk. Will be working a 181 cultivator. Owners: W & B Brent of Callington.
3. INTERNATIONAL SUPER BWD6. YEAR 1954. Will be working an International Nott 8ft cut power drive binder. Owners: W & B Brent of Callington.
4. MARSHALL SERIES 2. YEAR 1948. Fitted with a Garwood heavy duty winch. Owners: W & B Brent of Callington.
5. DAVID BROWN 950. YEAR 1958. Owner: John Stephens of St Winnow.
6. RANSOMES, SIMMS & JEFFRIES 54” THRESHER. YEAR 1943. Owner: John Stephens of St Winnow.
7. DAVID BROWN 990. YEAR 1966. Found not running, with the tin work very rough. Owner: J Davey of Lerryn.
8. LISTER JUNER. YEAR 1936. Will be driving a Corbbets grinding mill. Owner: D Williams of Lerryn.
9. ALLIS CHALMERS U. YEAR 1948. Will be driving the rack saw bench. Owner: D Williams of Lerryn.
10. FERGUSSON TED 20. YEAR 1951. Owner: M Vincent of Biscovey.
11. ALLIS CHALMERS MODEL B. YEAR 1951. Owner: M Vincent of Biscovey.
12. ALLIS CHALMERS MODEL B. Bought and restored in 2004. No history, but believed to be two tractors bolted together (front 1939 and back 1950’s). Owner: R Budge of Grampound.
13. MARSHALL MODEL M. YEAR 1944. Supplied new to Mr Dains of Kings Lynn, Norfolk on 20th September 1944. Came to Cornwall in 1981 and restored over the winter of 2009/10. Fitted with heavy duty winch. Owner: F Brent of Callington.
14. FERGUSSON FE 35. YEAR 1957. Purchased new by Par Engineering in June 1957, then went to South Petherwin, Launceston in 1976. Purchased by current owner in June 2000. Owner: R Brent of Callington.
15. INTERNATIONAL 8-16 JUNIOR. YEAR 1921. Imported from USA in 2010. Some repairs have been carried out to tinwork and mechanics. Intent to leave un-restored. Owner: G R Parfitt of Okehampton.
16. FERGUSSON TEA 20 (TVO). YEAR 1948. Owner: P Harris of Truro.
17. TRAILEYRE SYSTEM 6 ROUND BALE CARRIER. YEAR 1986. A prototype from Geoff Eyre to carry bales on his family’s farm. Still earns its keep today as it did 25 years ago. Owner: J Dunn of Par.
18. INTERNATIONAL B275. YEAR 1960. 51 GYD. Purchased in September 2011. Owner: Kelvin Warman of Worcester.
19. HART-PARR 12-24 MODEL H. YEAR 1929. Serial number 39853. Imported from Montana in the USA in 2003 in a fairly rough condition. Restored the following year. Owner: G R Parfitt of Okehampton.
20. DAVID BROWN MANURE SPREADER. Owner: John Stephens of St Winnow.
21. ALLIS CHALMERS D272. YEAR 1958. XDV 329. Owner: John Stephens of St Winnow.
22. FORDSON SUPER DEXTA. TEAR 1963. YCV 326A. Owner: John Tregunna of Biscovey.
23. BAMFORD BALER. Owner: Tony Pollard of Lanlivery.
24. ALLIS CHALMERS B. YEAR 1950. Owner: Robert Williams of Lerryn.
25. FORDSON MAJOR E27N P6. YEAR 1950. Owner: Edward Thomas of Launceston.
26. DAVID BROWN CROPMASTER. YEAR 1950. DJL 634. Bought 5 years ago in good running order. Owner: Sam Thomas of Launceston.
Marion Vincent and helpers will be making bread from the flour milled by exhibit 8. Samples of this bread, together with cheese will be available throughout the weekend, and any donations made will go towards the Rally’s chosen charities.
Please call in and see them in their tent at the top end of the working enclosure in the field top side of the main car park.
As section secretary I would like to thank all exhibitors and helpers for their time this weekend.
M A Vincent
BOTTING 31 KEYLESS ORGAN BUILT BY KEN BOTTING IN 1960.
OPERATED BY AIR SIGNALS PASSING THROUGH PERFORATIONS IN CARDBOARD BOOKS MAKING THE ORGAN SOUNDS.
KINDLY BOUGHT TO THE RALLY BY THE OWNERS:
RITA & TONY HODGINS OF PENTEWAN.
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