What do you get when you put more than 100 restored vintage tractors in one 20,000-square-foot facility? Why, the Canadian Tractor Museum, of course. Tractors are a big part of the agricultural history of Canada, and the Canadian Tractor Museum makes sure that history isn’t lost. Along with tractors, the museum also displays vintage gardening equipment, steam engines, tractor handbooks, and the jewel in the tractor crown, a working weather vane crowned with a 1942 Model D Case tractor.
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