Antique Tractor Show concludes

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The 19th Annual Antique Tractor Show wrapped up in Vienna on Sunday.

The show started Friday on the grounds of the Trumbull County Antique Tractor Club on Ridge Road.  More than 200 tractors were on display, some from as far back as the early 1900’s.

Organizers said some of the guests came from as far away as New York and Florida for this year’s show.

“For a lot of them it’s heritage,” said Terry Taylor of the Trumbull County Antique Tractor Club. “My grandfather had a farm. He had a tractor just like that, and I remember riding on it when I was a kid. A lot of things like that.”

Organizers said a couple thousand people came out for this year’s show.

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