WATCH: 75 years of the ‘Wee Grey Fergie’ celebrated at Cultra

Last weekend’s Ferguson Tractor Day at the Ulster Folk Museum and Ulster Transport Museum proved a massive success.

Thursday, 29th July 2021, 3:58 pm
David Gill from Listooder and Sam Neill from Portadown at The Friends of Ferguson Heritage day which was held at Ulster Folk and Transport Museums at Cultra last weekend. Picture: Darryl Armitage
David Gill from Listooder and Sam Neill from Portadown at The Friends of Ferguson Heritage day which was held at Ulster Folk and Transport Museums at Cultra last weekend. Picture: Darryl Armitage

The event was held in association with the Ferguson Heritage Tractor Society.

Visitors got an insight into the legacy of agricultural innovator, Harry Ferguson, and marking 75 years of the ‘Wee Grey Fergie’.

Make sure to check out our photos from the event in this week’s Farming Life and online.

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Pictured is Harry Ferguson and Henry Ford with an early Massey Ferguson tractor. The Ulster Folk Museum and Ulster Transport Museum will celebrate Ferguson Tractor Day this weekend, offering visitors an insight into the legacy of agricultural innovator, Harry Ferguson, and marking 75 years of the ‘Wee Grey Fergie’. Taking place in collaboration with the Ferguson Heritage Tractor Society, activities will kick off today (Saturday 24th July), from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Tickets for Ferguson Tractor Day should be booked online in advance. To book time slots and for further details visit www.nmni.com. Picture: Courtesy of National Museums Northern Ireland