Dumfries and Galloway

Vintage Machinery Club

Established 1976

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Dumfries and Galloway Vintage Machinery Club

The club was set up for people with an interest in vintage agricultural machinery, whether it is tractors, stationary engines or implements.

It was formed in October 1976 when a group of like minded friends placed an advert in the local paper inviting anybody interested along to a meeting.

Following that meeting a committee was formed and the club was born. The club meets once a month at Dumfries Rugby Club. See the pane to the right or our Club Diary for dates and times.

New members are always welcome but you don't have to be a member if you would like to attend a meeting which is of interest to you. We hold an annual Rally and Working Day where enthusiasts from far and near can display their items of interest and hard work.


The club produces a bi-annual newsletter which is free to all members and includes articles, reviews and information written by club members.

The club also holds a library of literature, videos and DVD's which club members are welcome to hire.

Membership runs from November to November.


The club has close ties with many similar organisations. Billy Gordon, is a World Ploughing Association Board Member and founder member Robert Copland is a director of the European Ploughing Association.



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