Steam ploughing is generally done with a pair of Ploughing engines with one at each end of the field and and the plough is drawn between them in turn by the winch mounted on the engine. The plough is of a double ended balanced design, with the bodies being of opposite handed on each side to turn the ground in one direction like a modern reversible plough.

Steam Ploughing Demonstration[edit | edit source]

  • Holcot steam fair 2008

Fowler engine 15670 at the bottom of the field The plough with furrow press beung pulled up to the top engine Fowler engine 15673 at the top of the field the bottom engine is pulling the plough and this one is lust letting the winch drum free wheel to pay the cable out. Close up of the balanced plough

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