From the publisher
Issue #206 of The Old Machinery Magazine is chocablock fall of articles on tractors, engines and even a crawler to entrall our readers, as we are Australia's leading Vintage Machinery Magazine.
This month, TOMM aims to cater to everyone's tastes. In this issue, we feature the rare Model engine which graced our cover in issue #205. Tim Keenan reports of the offer of an Engine in a Far Away Land. Peter Evan shares another story on the Melbourne Harbor Trust, in regard to the Spencer Street Ferry and the bridge that replaced it as well as giving us an update on the Collins' Union Woolen Mills that was originally published in TOMM #204
Tractor and machinery enthusiasts are well catered for as on this months cover we feature the Import and Restoration of the Cockshutt 1900 by Bernie Rowell and we also look at the restoration of a war veteran with Neil Cyldsdale reporting on a 1939 Caterpillar R5 that saw war service in the Solomon Islands. We have Nigel Hely report on the steam atthe Clarendon Classic Rally this September and Lance Wilson delivers a pictorial of beautiful and rare engines from the Clarendon field.
With Down The Track full of upcoming rallies & events around the country all the way into 2020, we also have the first update on the 2020 NHMA Tractor Trek. As always, we have news and letters from interested readers, Identity Parade and help sections, as well as Tips & Tricks from the Shed and last but certainly not least the Classifieds section has fifteen pages of engines, tractors and others items are up for sale.
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