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Sandgropers' Weekend and WA Traction Engine Rally - Bunbury, WA 2011

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Mick Moir's 3" scale Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies engine "Wombat" is a tidy little 0-4-0ST in 7.25" gauge This is just one of the many stationary engines built over the years by Stu Martyn Col Puzey's ride-in hydraulic drive tram is popular with the kids and their parents
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Stu Martyn takes a lady for a spin in his Ford Quadricycle Bob Lukin's 6" Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies engine was the largest at the weekend This huge model of a UP gas turbine locomotive was built by Frank Ryan Lindsay Lockhart ran this flour mill from his 6" Wallis & Steevens traction engine
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A few of the larger engines lined up in the Bunbury club's steaming bays Ron Collins' 3" scale Ruston Proctor SD engine - a rarity in model form Jeff Clifton's 7.25" gauge WAGR 2-6-2 takes a break near the station Graham Pailthorpe sets his Sunshine baler up ready to operate from his 6" Wallis & Steevens traction engine
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A marine steam engine built by Doug Baker Mike Crean's 7.25" NSW 44 class loco can be remotely controlled from his laptop computer Alan Holt tries his 6" Wallis & Steevens engine on the sled in the tractor pull Steve Reeves' 5" gauge WAGR PMR class locomotive "Helen"