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Blue beauty: Lindsay Middleton, of Lora Gorge, with his 1973 Ford 2000 tractor, bought new by his
father, travelling with the Southern Tractor Trekkers to Lincoln. Photo: CAROLYN DEVERSON 627808528
By CAROLYN DEVERSON
Home and Away: Ian Bulling, of Thornbury, with his family tractor, a 1964 Fordson, and the camper
behind it, home-made by him and his wife. They are travelling with the Southern Tractor Trekkers to
Photo: CAROLYN DEVERSON 627808529
Tractors, tractors every-
That was the scene when 17
tractors rolled into Owaka
as part of the Southern
Tractor Trekkers' journey
to the New Zealand plough-
ing finals at Lincoln.
Classic tractors from all
over rural Southland,
Thornbury, Tokonui and Te
Anau met at Lorneville,
near Invercargill, and are
making their way slowly up
the South Island, stopping
overnight at Pounawea,
Mosgiel, Waimate and Tin-
wald before arriving at
their destination, then
returning down the centre.
One more will join the
entourage later on the trip
and the tractors range in
age from the early 1950s to
1991 with some still doing
Organiser Ian Bulling said a
group had taken their
tractors round the South
Island raising money for
cancer and had enjoyed that
trek enough to make it a
Mr Bulling's own 1964
Fordson, restored at his
workplace, had been taken
to Methven for the world
in 2010 and had been to
Clinton and Te Anau on
The tractors will not be
taking part in the ploughing
''It gives us somewhere to
take them, though,'' Mr
He said they tried not to
hold up traffic by not
driving closely together but
coming slowly up Gibbs Hill
the line of cars behind them
had been very patient.
So far there had only been
minor problems with the
tractors, flat tyres and such
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