Yesterday we went to see an Albion binder, down by the side of the river Humber. It was in the same wheat field as some sort of Massey combine, I do not know the model it was the other side of a 100 acre field. The trailer was a 16 tonner, every twenty minutes or half an hour tipping in the shed.
Quite a contrast!!!
They binder the corn to have a threshing festival later on to raise money for charity.
The village is Welwick, for those interested there is a memorial there to Guy Fawkes and his side kicks. One of them a Wright farmed there.
Jack Caley