Huffing and chugging at CAMA

Traction engines, locomotives, farm tractors and one-lungers came alive at the annual three-day Connecticut Antique Machinery Association festival in Kent last weekend, Sept. 28 to 30. Photo by Tom Brown

KENT — The three-day Fall Festival of the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, Sept. 28 to 30, in Kent was blessed with autumn’s finest weather — and crowds that exceeded all estimates. 

The parked cars in the fields below stretched on seemingly endlessly. Happily, there were two tractors with wagons shuttling visitors back and forth from cars to fair. 

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