Vintage tractors still ploughing on
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Coventry-built Massey Ferguson tractors return home after toil abroad

A bird's eye view of a tractor sale has highlighted the "huge number" of vintage models returning home to England.

The "red dots" are Coventry-built Massey Ferguson tractors - ex-farm vehicles back from toiling abroad to be sold again.

The closure of the company's Banner Lane plant in 2002 brought to an end 56 years of tractor production at the site, but the output remains popular, with the wheels continuing to go round in the Third World.

Learn more on Inside Out West Midlands on Friday at 19:30 on BBC One.

  • 21 Oct 2016