|Current Name||Lady Sarah|
|Registration no.||BJ 3451|
|Weight Tons (kg)||? ton|
|Date into Preservation||1957|
|Power nhp||4 nhp|
|Ancillary equipment||Showmans Fitting + Generator|
|Original Owner||E.W. Howells|
|Current Owner / Keeper||Scott Ellis|
|Date bought (Current)||?|
|Sale Price (approximate)
Garrett no. 33074 is an steam tractor that was built in 1917 by Garretts in Suffolk. The engine is currently named Lady Sarah and carrying showmans fitting. This engine is currently owned/in the care of Scot Ellis and carries the registration number BJ 3451.
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- Supplied new in 1917 to E.W. Howells of Herford, thrashing contractors
- passed to David Pritchard of Leominster. (date?)
- In 1957 aquired by Les Lamb of Bromsgrove for preservation.
- Converted to Showman's tractor in ?
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