Two wooden boxes which have stories to tell. The top one was given to my father but has now been passed on to my elder son. It has a brass plate on it dated 1848. It is sitting on top of an oak chest (not its normal position) which we bought many years ago as a place for our sons to keep their toys. Its first role in life was as a grain store in the 18th century. The theory was that it if it had survived 250+ years, it could survive a few bashes from the boys. It did.
A wooden wheelbarrow we found in the cellar of our house. More decorative than useful, so it stays at the bottom of the garden..
A wooden rowing boat moored across the river for anyone to use when the river is higher. I always think they look as though they are posing for an impressionist painter. There are a number of these along the bank, in differing states of repair. You do occasionally see people in them but it's not something I would risk.