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Harvest Fair a fun but noisy place!

 

Last updated 11/8/2007 at Noon



There was a lot of smoke and pops and bangs coming from the hundreds of tractors and engines on display at Vista’s Harvest Fair, held at the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum on the weekend of October 20 and 21. Most of the fair’s engines, tractors and exhibits were not just static but active and working machines.

A parade with more than two hundred entries moved past the grandstands to the delight of the viewers. (The parade was staged every day of the fair.) Many of the tractors were built in 1920 and earlier.

One working tractor looked and sounded like a train. Built in 1902, it...



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