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The Walton Hall Museum in Linford, Essex is home to the largest Private collection of Road Rollers in the country.

The MuseumEdit

The museum is housed in a 17th century barn and houses a large collection of collectable bygones. The site also has a on site bakery were visitors can bake there own bread.

The Roller CollectionEdit

The museum houses a large collection of Motor rollers (Road Rollers).

The collection includes examples from several manufacturers, with more being add;

  • Aveling Barford - 1943 DX8
  • Fowler precission - 1935 8 ton
  • Huber - 1942 (American roller with cat engine, ex USAAF)
  • Marshall - RD810 8/10 ton roller
  • Springfield Buffalo, - 1943 6 ton Ex USA forces
  • Ministry of Supply Utility roller, - 1944 based on a Fordson tractor, built by Aveling Barford.

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