Beeby Bros. were a large agricultural contractor and farmers based at Rempstone in Nottinghamshire, England. The company was famose for its fleet of Steam ploughing sets, a number of which survive today in preservation.
Early history ?
After World War II the company sold off or scrapped most of their steam ploughing tackle, as tractors took over on farms. The company operated some crawler tractors on there own farm and on contract work in the 1950 & 1960s.
- Fowler no. 2479 - was part of Beeby Bros no. 4 set of ploughing tackle
- The Chief - Fowler no. 2528 of 1873 a single cylinder ? type ploughing engine. Rebuilt from pile of "spare" parts.
Rempstone Steam RallyEdit
Members of the Beeby family were involed with starting the Rempstone Steam Rally which was hosted on their farm fora number of years.
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