Teamsters stop for 'smoko'. By the late century roads were improving and horse teams were supplanting bullocks (young castrated bulls) as the main mode of heavy haulage. Horses could travelmuch faster than a bullock team's top speed of only (about
PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: The gold rush was one of the most important periods of Australia's history, especially for the bush. This is the remarkable story of a priceless photographic record of that gold rush rediscovered in a suburban shed.
VH-UFA was a built in 1926 by Qantas at Longreach. Photo probably from 1932 judging by the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade vehicle. Aircraft had a two oerson enclosed cabin in FRONT of pilot in open cockpit.
Architecture and design: Australian architecture - Part 2