Early farm equipment was notoriously dangerous and cantankerous. As a result, little was dearer to the farmer’s heart than safe, efficient farm equipment.
The Photo shows a Gaar-Scott steam engine and what looks like a weary crew. My Grandfather worked on many of those old threshing machines.
Sam Moore shares the tale of the Toube family, who traveled 6,000 miles from Maine to the West Coast in a 1909 Chalmers touring car, with 315 of those miles going backwards.
Discover postcards from the past as we delve into the history of a series of railways stories in a once in a lifetime experience.
Most of us still have a mental image of the towns created by set designers for TV. Modern technology makes it possible to relive those programs.
More than 40,000 people showed up to the temporary town of Crush, Texas, to watch the spectacle that was two trains colliding head on in 1896.
Sam Moore shares an old poem reassuring blacksmiths who were concerned about the automobile hurting business that there was instead a new opportunity coming their way.
We look back – far back – to old Christmas celebrations in England, complete with yule logs and mistletoe and other traditions we see today.
Farm Collector is a monthly magazine focusing on antique tractors and all kinds of antique farm equipment. If it's old and from the farm, we're interested in it!
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