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2009 Miniature Traction Engine Rally - Jondaryan

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Allan Ott’s 5/8 scale Wallis & Steevens was the only Showman’s engine at the rally John Blaik won the AME trophy for his 4” Durham & Nth Yorkshire engine Gary Nelson gives Andrew Mottram a ride behind his 3” Cliff & Bunting Glen Roennfeldt’s 3” Burrell and wagon always look immaculate
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Tony Morgan’s 3” Marshall convertible engine was a roller last year Leigh Buckley from Victoria with a 3” Burrell Gary Aitken’s 4” Foden is always very well presented Just like the prototype, Mark Mills’ Case engine looks like a working engine
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Something different – Nev Morris’ working replica of an 1890 Steam Tricycle Jim Brydon from Taree, NSW and his 4.5” Burrell 3” Foden wagons belonging to (from front) Bill Reeves, Andrew Robertson and Martin Yule Russell Gear’s 4” Foster is still the only Foster at the rallies
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2010 rally host Bob Neal with his 6” Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies engine Peter Smith’s German tank complete with all imaginable sound effects Joe Timkiv’s 4” Durham & North Yorkshire engine after only 9 months work Andrew Robertson hauls these 2 wagons behind his 3” Foden Type C wagon