Steam Tractors Calendar, Wall, Browntrout
The fascinating history of the tractor begins in the mid 1800s when the first steam tractors allowed farmers to finally mechanize the arduous breaking, plowing and threshing processes. Straw, wood, or coal fueled the steam engines on these rather fragile and complicated machines. With the turn of the century came an efficient form of the internal combustion engine, and by the early 1920s, the steam tractor era had more or less come to an end. Admire a remarkable collection of Steam Tractors in this charming 2006 wall calendar. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Browntrout.
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