Australian made 1913 Jelbart light oil Tractor. Used mainly for powering chaff cutters and sawmills etc, or for pulling light implements.
1912 Ruston Proctor Steam Traction engine. The engine was purchased new at Parkes Show, and used in the Trundle area for many years for sawmilling and wheat threshing. It weighs 17 tonnes.
The horse drawn "Linke Stripper" knocked the wheat heads from their stalks and threw them into the box behind. This machine was invented by John Ridley in 1843. This was the first step towards mechanisation of grain harvesting.
1922 model 15 foot cut self propelled Rotary Hoe. This is one of possibly 2 remaining examples of the first production Rotary Hoes. We have only the front motor section of the machine.
Collection of Stationary engines