Sunday, October 30, 2016

Crawlin' the Hume 2016 - Part 1 - Atkinson to Foden

We took  our 1989 N12 Volvo Intercooler and 1976 Freighter trailer on Crawlin' the Hume on April 16 2016. The trip started at Ford Broadmeadows and arrived at Winton Raceway for lunch and then went on to Albury. We took photos at Broadmeadows and Winton, not every truck, as we didn't get the opportunity to do that but what we took are in these four posts. This post, Part 1,  has all the truck makes alphabetically from Atkinson to Foden. Part 2  has the Fords and Internationals, click here to view. Part 3 has the Kenworths, click here to view.  Part 4 has the Macks all the way through the alphabet to the Whites, click here to view.


This was taken at the start of the trip at Ford Broadmeadows, where all the trucks had to register.


Another shot at Ford Broadmeadows


Lunchtime at Winton Raceway


Winton Raceway


Winton Raceway


Winton Raceway


Winton Raceway - members of the public had an opportunity to view the trucks, so it was very crowded.


Seemingly, every man and his dog was at Winton


We'll start withe the Atkinsons





 Mike Herbert's Austin


Bedford - KM model


Ian and Sharon Glasson's Bedford


Graeme Johnston's TK Bedford


Bedford - KM model


Bedford  J-model


Robert Johnston's Bedford


Our final Bedford


Bus - Flexible Clipper


Ron Ridd's very neat Chevrolet


Chevrolet


Chevrolet painted in Shell colours


Chevrolet


Bruce Gunter's Commer Knocker


Commer Knocker


Graeme Johnston's Commer Knocker and shown below with his Bedford



Stephen Corstorphan's Diamond T


Aldo Marson's Diamond T - at Broadmeadows, above, and arriving at Winton, below.



Two more Diamond T's  Des Walker's is below



The start of the Dodges












The last of the Dodges


A Fiat


Frank Latorres's popular Foden

These are photos we took on  Crawlin' the Hume on April 16 2016.  This post, Part 1,  has all the truck makes alphabetically from Atkinson to Foden. Part 2  has the Fords and Internationals, click here to view. Part 3 has the Kenworths, click here to view.  Part 4 has the Macks all the way through the alphabet to the Whites, click here to view.

1 comment:

  1. These are all fantastic, especially the bus. These were the trucks on the road when we were kids.

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