Tractor World 2015 will be featuring the old and the new as never before. As well as 100s of classic and vintage tractors, including plant machines, visitors will be able to see some of the latest releases from the biggest manufacturers.
Machines are booked in from all over the United Kingdom and Michael Hoey is bringing over some of his renowned collection from the Republic of Ireland.
Some of the more unusual items being taken to the show by exhibitors include at least three Mercedes-Benz Unimogs, a Ford 4000 cutaway, a Nuffield 34/5 prototype, a Belarus 500D, Trantors, Does and Caterpillar. Show organiser Mark Woodward said: “There will be a higher than usual number of European tractors this year so, as well as enjoying the more common makes, there is a good chance visitors will be seeing some of these for the first time.”