Tired Iron makes great showing

Antique engine and tractor club provides weekend of educational demonstrations of old farm and household equipment

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

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Steve Low, of Gentry, heats a piece of iron in the forge before shaping it on the anvil during a Friday demonstration of the old art of blacksmithng.

Steve Low, of Gentry, heats a piece of iron in the forge before shaping it on the anvil during a Friday demonstration of the old art of blacksmithng.
Photo by Randy Moll

The sputter of old engines, the buzz of sawmills and the hammering of hot metal on anvils was again heard on the show grounds of the Tired Iron of the Ozarks, in Gentry, last weekend.


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