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1 A Victorian Farm in Action Image Gallery Skip to: Victorian Photographs Church Farm Artefacts (Work Items) Threshing Images Church Farm Artefact Descriptions Resource provided by

2 Victorian Photographs 1. Threshing scene using a Robey portable engine from 1880s. © Lincolnshire Archives

3 Victorian Photographs 19th century engraving of threshing in progress with threshing machine powered by portable steam engine. © Lincolnshire Archives

4 Victorian Photographs Threshing scene – a close-up picture of a threshing gang and farm labourers © Lincolnshire Archives

5 Victorian Photographs Victorian steam engine (Clayton traction engine) from1880. © Lincolnshire Archives

6 Victorian Photographs A Victorian harvest supper at Northfield Farm. 1900s © Lincolnshire Archives

7 Victorian Photographs Mrs Jenny Andrews gleaning barley, pushing sack in a pushchair © Lincolnshire Archives

8 Victorian Photographs Threshing in progress using a Foster engine. 1920s © Lincolnshire Archives

9 Victorian Photographs Children carrying sacks through the fields. Children were allowed to go ‘gleaning’ after the crop had been harvested. They could take what remained of the crop. © Lincolnshire Archives

10 Victorian Photographs Threshing scene at James Auckland's farm using a portable engine with tall chimney - wagon is dated © Lincolnshire Archives

11 Victorian Photographs Threshing scene at Dickinson's farm in 1908 showing a Threshing machine and steam engine. On the left is a wagon laden with sacks of grain. © Lincolnshire Archives

12 Victorian Photographs A threshing scene - testing a Robey portable engine with elevator. 1880s © Lincolnshire Archives

13 Victorian Photographs Harry Wilkinson sharpening a scythe, wearing a checked cap, open shirt and breeches © Lincolnshire Archives

14 Church Farm Artefact 1 © Church Farm Museum

15 Church Farm Artefact 2 © Church Farm Museum

16 Church Farm Artefact 3 © Church Farm Museum

17 Church Farm Artefact 4 © Church Farm Museum

18 Church Farm Artefact 5 © Church Farm Museum

19 Church Farm Artefact 6 © Church Farm Museum

20 Church Farm Artefact 7 & 8 © Church Farm Museum

21 Church Farm Artefacts 9 & 10 © Church Farm Museum

22 Church Farm Artefacts 11 & 12 © Church Farm Museum

23 Church Farm Artefacts 13 & 14 © Church Farm Museum

24 Threshing Images Bales of straw © Church Farm Museum Baling Machine © Church Farm Museum

25 Threshing Images Steam Engine © Church Farm Museum Taking the finished sacks of grain away. © Church Farm Museum

26 Threshing Images On top of the threshing drum forking the stooks of corn into the machine. © Church Farm Museum

27 Threshing Images Side view of the threshing drum © Church Farm Museum Sacks of grain being filled at the front of the threshing machine. © Church Farm Museum

28 Image descriptions 1.Cane carpet beater. The woven head of the beater creates a strong, flat surface that will release dust without damaging the carpet. 2.A pair of Stoneware cider bottles 3.The stone hot water bottle was filled with hot water and put in the bed on cold winter nights. 4.A mincer was an essential item of kitchen equipment. It was used for mincing raw meat and leftovers and for making sausages. 5.A selection of dairy tools including a skimmer or fleeter (a small shallow pan with drainage holes in it - used to skim the cream from the milk), butter pats and mould and a Church Farm Dairy milk bottle. 6.Wooden rattle used as a bird scarer. 7.Made of solid cast iron, the flat iron was heated up on the range or open fire and used to smooth creases from clothes. 8.Different sized milk measures 9.Mangle, dolly tubs and wooden dollies used for washing. 10.Range of Victorian kitchen implements on table with child's highchair to side. 11.Metal milk churn and cheese press. 12.Wheelwright's workshop 13.Blacksmith's anvil 14.Blacksmith’s workshop


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