WARREN CO., Ky. (WBKO) -- The Antique Tractor Show in Bowling Green was a history lesson for those who went.
Some of the tractors there were from as far back as the 1920s.
People walked around the WKU Ag Expo Center to talk to the owners about what makes their tractors special while seeing how much they've changed through the years.
Eight tractor entries were in the 9th annual winter show Saturday.
"Just being able to re-live a piece of their childhood history, seeing how the equipment used to be made. You take some of this equipment like the one you see behind me compared to a modern tractor of today, you can definitely see some differences," said James Chaney, president of the Warren County Antique Tractor & Engine Club.
It costed three dollars to get in and the proceeds went to both the Warren County Antique Tractor And Engine Club and WKU.