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Harvesting at The Fox Inn, Shipley

Charlie Law is driving a Foster Threshing machine.

Harvesting at Wood Farm, Sedgley

Man on horseback leading a pair of Shire horses and a reaper binder through a field of corn. At Wood Farm, Sedgley, West Midlands. Photographer: Albert Henry Yelland.

Harvesting corn, Alstonefield

The Gould family from Mootlow and others mowing corn, around Alstonefield. Standing on the left is Joseph Gould.

Harvesting mangolds,

This photograph of harvested mangolds is believed to have been taken near Knightley House.

Harvesting Mangolds, Charnes Old Hall, Eccleshall

A postcard advertising Hadfield's Chemical Guano, showing mangolds grown by Mr S. Timmis, of Old Hall, Charnes, near Eccleshall, weighing 66 tons per acre. The card also promotes the local agent for ...

Harvesting Potatoes at Deer Park Farm, Weston

Boys are lending a hand with harvesting a record crop of potatoes. They have filled their baskets and the potatoes are being loaded on to the tractor-drawn cart for removal. Please contact us if you recognise ...

Harvesting wheat

A postcard view of wheat being cut with a reaper binder drawn by three horses. The man and the boy are ready to shoot rabbits hiding in the corn. If you recognise anyone in the picture or the location ...

Harvesting wheat, near Cradley Heath

Harvesting in the Black Country. Men and children gathered around a pair of horses and a reaper mower. The photographer was living at Cradley Heath when he took this image in the summer of 1906. Photographer: ...

Harvesting wheat, near Cradley Heath

Harvesting in the Black Country. A reaper binder pulled by three horses harvesting a field of wheat with Homer Hill colliery in the background. The photographer was living in Cradley Heath when he took ...

Harvesting wheat, near Wolverhampton

Harvesting in the Black Country. A horse drawn reaper mower with two men seated at rear. Some of the men in the background are holding shotguns ready to shoot rabbits. Stooks of cut corn can be seen to ...

Harvesting wheat, near Wolverhampton

Man with team of horses harvesting wheat with a reaper-binder. A note with this glass negative reads 'Wheat cutting at Burgess'. Location unknown, but the photographer was living at Cradley Heath or ...

Hauling timber, Uttoxeter

The tractor belongs to John Walker Ltd., Timber Merchants, and was supplied by Fryers of Uttoxeter.

Hay barn, Orslow Manor, Church Eaton

Hay stacked in a large Dutch barn at Mr S. Mayer's farm at Orslow Manor, near Church Eaton. At the near end is a hay elevator which would have been horse driven, using the horse gin on the ground to the ...

Hay gathering, Rangemore, Tatenhill

A tractor-drawn wagon and hay loader in operation at Rangemore, Tatenhill. The photograph was taken for the contractor: G. Goodall of Hatton, Derbyshire. Photographer: Gerald McCann of Uttoxeter.

Hay kicker

The hay kicker was used during the haymaking process. Compared to earlier haymaking machines it was light, making it easier to manoeuvre. As it was pulled along it would flick the cut grass ensuring ...

Hay loader, Dunsley Hall Farm, Kinver

A Bamford's hay loader being used to load a truck at Dunstey Hall Farm, near Kinver. The farm was managed by Marsh and Baxter Ltd at the time of this photograph, which was taken for Messrs Blakeway and ...

Hay loader, Kingstone, Staffordshire

A Bamford's hay loader being used to load a tractor-drawn flat bed wagon at Kingstone, near Uttoxeter. Bamfords was founded in 1871 in Uttoxeter by Henry Bamford and made water pumps, taps and agricultural ...

Hay loader, Yeldersley, Derbyshire

A Bamford's hay loader being used to load a tractor-drawn flat bed wagon at Moor Close, Yeldersley, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Moor Close was farmed by Mr J.W. Brown at the time of this photograph. Bamfords ...