A DISPLAY of vintage tractors is to be one of the features of Honley Show.
Entries this year look like breaking all records, with 18 tractors - some over 70 years old - already confirmed for the June 10 show.
They will offer visitors and connoisseurs alike the chance to witness the types of equipment used on farms in the 30s, 40s and 50s.
Some of the vehicles, such as the 1941 and 1965 David Brown VAK1 and Type 770, will effectively be returning home.
More exotic designs will also be lined up against the home-grown products.
They will include an Anzani Iron Horse built in the 50s. There will also be a Porsche AP22 built in 1952.
The oldest tractor registered to appear is a 1935 Fordson N, one of the classic between the wars designs which were used all over the country as the horse gave way to the internal combustion engine.
All the vehicles - and perhaps more besides - will be on display at the Farnley Tyas showground.