Photo gallery: Linesville Lighted Tractor Parade

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Tractors were decked out with lights and other decorations for the Linesville Lighted Tractor Parade, on Dec. 7, in Linesville, Pennsylvania.

LINESVILLE, Pa. — The sixth annual Linesville Lighted Tractor Parade drew thousands to the small town in Crawford County.

Tractors and other farm equipment, big and small, new and old, were decked out with Christmas lights as they paraded through downtown Linesville Dec. 7. Many tractors pulled elaborately decorated and themed floats made from hay wagons and trailers. One even pulled a pontoon boat.

The parade began in 2014 with six lawn mowers. This year, about 90 tractors participated. Chad Loucks, one of the parade organizers, said Linesville now hosts the largest lighted tractor parade in the U.S.

“The whole community has really gotten behind this and embraced it,” Loucks said. “That’s what makes it totally unique.”

(Photos by Farm and Dairy Staff Reporter Rachel Wagoner)


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Rachel is a reporter with Farm and Dairy and a graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She married a fourth-generation beef and sheep farmer and settled down in her hometown in Beaver County. Before coming to Farm and Dairy, she worked at several daily and weekly newspapers throughout Western Pennsylvania covering everything from education and community news to police and courts.



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