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The Martin Markham Ltd company was based in Stamford, Lincolnshire. The company built small Garden Tractors.

HistoryEdit

Martin-Markham was formed in 1952 by the merger of the Martin Cultiator Co. and Markham Traction Ltd.

The Company whent into recieveship in 1970.[1] Full history unknown - can you help with details of this companies history or model range ?

Model rangeEdit

Accessories
  • Plough
  • Tillage implements
  • Trailer
  • Forklift
  • Cement mixer
  • Rotary grass cutter
  • Fore end loader (Hydraulic)


Full details unknown - more details required - can you help ?

PreservationEdit

Martin Markham Colt Ploughing TS4201:36

Martin Markham Colt Ploughing TS42

These tractors are often collected by collectors of horticultural machinery or Garden Tractors, and are easily transported in a small trailer or van & stored in a shed or garage. They can also be worked in the garden or allotment for cultivating or mowing etc.

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See alsoEdit

References / sourcesEdit

  1. Vintage Tractor Magazine, March 2010, P40 Brian Bell article

External linksEdit

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