Chronicles the changing fortunes of the British tractor industry, but also looks at the impact that imported machines from America and Europe had on UK farms.
While the main focus is on the tractor in agriculture, emphasis is also given to its wider application with separate chapters for industrial machines and crawlers.
Stuart Gibbard’s authoritative text traces the chronological development of the tractors while considering their working environment and the jobs they did.
- 194 Pages
- Well Illustrated in Colour