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Daily Express|December 08, 2021
A FARMER’S son pays tribute to his tractor-driving dad with a display of Christmas light arranged on glowing replicas of his old vehicles.
Douglas Whitbread

Featuring LED and UV lights, Andrew Wilkinson uses metal frames to create the models. They are inspired by his father, who died from cancer in 2006.

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