Saw this along Wick Lane near Brean. Brought back memories from when I worked in the agricultural industry in the early 60s. This was the work horse of farming. First introduced in 1946 it was manufactured until 1956 and introduced the '3 point linkage system' which is universal now on all tractors. This is a very good example of a restored 'Fergie'.
St Andrews Burnham on Sea
The church, the parish church of Burnham is known for, its 78ft high, leaning tower, which gets a lot of attention from tourists. Apparently, if a plumb line was dropped from the north side of the tower it would land 3 foot away from the building. They should have got the foundations right all those years ago,
Good ride today, just over 22 miles. A bit chilly heading back into the slight wind.