Antique Farm Machinery On Display In Brookville This Weekend

Posted On September 28, 2017

By Mike Perleberg

Photo courtesy Franklin County Antique Machinery Club.

(Brookville, Ind.) – It will be noisy if not a display of agricultural history at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Brookville.

The sound of hit-and-miss engines will be heard at the 23rd annual Franklin County Antique Machinery Show. It begins Thursday, September 28 and runs through Sunday, October 1.

Some events at the show include corn shredding, soap making, broom making, homemade ice cream, tractor games, steam engines, threashing, and a flea market.  Antique tractor pulls will be held Thursday and Friday evenings. Saturday evening will feature a draft horse pull.

Oliver Equipment and Wisconsin Engines will be featured at this year’s show.

The cost of admission is $5 per person. Learn more about the Franklin County Antique Machinery Show at www.fcamc.org.