Tractors old and new will be arriving at the Dundee Museum of Transport this weekend for their annual Terrific Tractors event.
The Scottish Vintage Tractor & Engine Club have lined up a fantastic range of old and new tractors and horticultural machinery which will be on show to the public taking place on Sunday 16th April from 10am-4.30pm in the Museum’s yard, at Market Mews, off Market Street in Dundee.
Visitors can get up close and personal with the tractors, as well as learn about their history and how they are used. Some of the vehicles are owned by farmers and others belong to vintage enthusiasts, and date from the 1920s up to the 1960s.
A far cry from today’s technology-driven machines with GPS accuracy, with the driver seated high above the field, these tractors are often no bigger than a modern family car, with no cab to keep the farmer warm and dry.
The event is suitable for all ages and is a great day out for the whole family and admission tickets include entry to the Dundee Museum of Transport. Visitors can also enjoy the indoor Movie Cars exhibits which include James Bond’s Land Rover from Skyfall and family favourite Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!
Dundee Museum of Transport is open from 10am to 4.30pm, every day except Tuesday. Family tickets and annual memberships are available.