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The in a more natural state of beauty, unguarded, and ready to lift off its foundation for the first time in maybe 15 years.

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Made Not Manufactured - steve kenward photography

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Shrinking an iron tire onto a wagon wheel at the Wheelwright shop. Photo by Dave Doody

Shrinking an iron tire onto a wagon wheel at the Wheelwright shop. Photo by Dave Doody

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The Wheelwright and his Craft

The Wheelwright's craft is amongst the oldest known to man, with the origins of the wheel dating back to prehistoric times.

Back before the days of cars, Wheelwrights were the tradesmen that built and repaired wagon wheels. It required both woodworking skill, ...

1903 photo of wheelwright - the tradesmen that built and repaired wagon wheels.

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The Wheelwrights Craft - Woodwork and Blacksmithing on old wagon. - YouTube

Taking a look at an old Victorian Farm Wagon - to examine the carpentry and blacksmithing skills of the Wheelwrights.

Tyring a wheel at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm in Shropshire. Photo taken by Anna Kavanagh & Lee Goddard.

The advocacy body for traditional heritage crafts

The Wheelwright Etching by Edgar Holloway

The Wheelwright Etching by Edgar Holloway — Pallant Bookshop

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