Some familiar names will gather at Leneva this weekend such as Massey Ferguson and, of course, John Deere.
The 49th Steam and Vintage Rally brings together a wide array of older farm and industrial machinery, engines and equipment.
Steam train rides are also available at the Beechworth-Wodonga Road site, which is opposite the Leneva fire shed.
Border Steam and Oil Engine Club president Darren Dakos said exhibitors and visitors from Sydney, Wagga, Geelong and Melbourne were expected to attend.
The rally had to be cancelled at the last minute in 2020 owing to the coronavirus pandemic and a COVID plan will operate this weekend.
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"We're expecting more than average to turn up," Mr Dakos said.
"We're one of the first rallies to go ahead (since the pandemic began) for all of Australia.
"It's a fairly good day out for people that like machinery and equipment.
"There's all sorts of things to see, the kids particularly love the train, that's the star."
The rally will be open 10am to 4pm Saturday, April 3, and Sunday, April 4, adults $10 entry and children up to 16 years free.
More details on the Border Steam and Oil Engine Club website.
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