Connecticut Antique Machinery Fall Festival highlights the past

The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association’s own Hawaii Railway Co. No. 5, a 1925 Baldwin steam locomotive, gave rides to enthusiastic kids and adults at the 27th Annual Connecticut Antique Machinery Fall Festival.

KENT — The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) held its 27th annual Fall Festival from Sept. 23 to 25 on the association’s grounds in Kent.

CAMA’s wide variety of antique machinery was operated throughout the weekend.

There were also numerous displays and exhibitions of antique farm equipment, motors and electrical items brought to the festival by antique machinery enthusiasts from all over the Northeast.

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