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Charleville Show was held this year on June 26th. 2005 in glorious weather conditions. The following is a sample of some of the exhibits and we have tried to select vehicles that were not at the Innishannon show for photographs. We hope you enjoy them.

A group of steam engines ready for the parade.

A stationary steam engine.

A wonderful inevitable full threshing set with steam.

An Avery Machine.

Stone Crusher.

For pole making a smaller steam engine will do.

A stationary engine.

Entertainment for the kids.

A lineup of tractors.

The only surviving travelling creamery in Ireland on a Ford chassis.

The other side with the shute for delivering the skim milk.

On the left is a coal or turf boiler for heating the milk whereas on the right is the electrical generator to run the creamery.

Looking back on the left back is the arrival bin with a weighing machine for the milk overhead while on the right nearer the camera is the centerfuge for separating the cream.

A beautiful Ford Mustang in immaculate condition.

The Honourable O'Brien with the rear end.

An immaculate interior.

A somewhat modified Volkswagen Beetle.

A very unusual Trojan Van with a Perkins engine.

A Wolseley Four Fifty.

Rolls Royce with bonnet up.

The engine house.

Another Rolls.



Triumph Herald.

A wonderful Standard Vanguard.

Triumph TR7 .

Morris Tourer.

Morris Eight.