The Wilson County Old Iron Club is dedicated to the preservation of our agricultural heritage through education for all ages. Restoration of early equipment, machinery and “Old Iron” used for functional active demonstrations and displays re-creates rural life of yesteryear. Club activities will prevent the loss of historic knowledge and skills, allowing today’s and future generations to understand and appreciate the roots our society is based upon, for the betterment and benefit of our community.
The education of children in the former ways of farming and farm life is a primary objective of the Old Iron Club and Show. There is something of interest for every member of the family. Many of the demonstrations have hands-on participation.
**Feature tractor and Small Engines:
**all makes of tractors and small engines welcome!
Over 25 Antique Tractors gathered together for a day of plowing on a north central Kansas wheat farm. Please Subscribe to my YouTube channel!
Some highlights from the show put on by the Flint Hills Antique Power Association in Emporia, Kansas.
Saturday afternoon auction of antique telephones and stuff May 3, 2014.
1928 Ford Model A This antique currently has 2800 miles and in pristine condition 100 percent all original parts and mechanism and all functional Equipped with a 47.3 Horsepower 242 cubic...
Booth 94 at the Kansas City Brass Armadillo has some very nice things such as: a really neat, large Texaco Gasoline & Motor Oil sign, K.C. Chiefs memorabilia, lovely framed art depicting Marilyn...