Britains Model Farming Year

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A unique insight into the production of Britains model farm implements.

Developed and illustrated by Warner Hall, Britains Farming Consultant using the Model Farm models from 1921 to the present year 2018.

Warner’s unique text and his prototype models are included as are actions taken following discussions he had with the Britains Design Department from 1972.

A unique insight into the production of Britains model farm implements.

Developed and illustrated by Warner Hall, Britains Farming Consultant using the Model Farm models from 1921 to the present year 2018.

Warner’s unique text and his prototype models are included as are actions taken following discussions he had with the Britains Design Department from 1972.

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‘Britains Model Farming Year’ is the culmination of years of Warner’s enjoyment with model making with particular attention to Britains models.

He made many other models over the years including boats, planes, cars and particularly a perfectly detailed and large 00 gauge railway layout in the loft at his home. Yes, there was a farm included in the layout. He also restored two farm tractors, a Fordson Dexta similar to that which he used at Writtle Agricultural College, and also a “grey and gold” Ferguson 35.

He very proudly described himself as Britains Farming Consultant following a letter from Britains dated 3rd March 1972 which ended –“Thank you once again for writing, and we are pleased to feel free to ask your advice on future farm equipment as we are not really experts on the subject”.

 

Britains Model Farming Year

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