Sunday, April 22, 2018

Haulin' the Hume 2017 - Part 1 - Atkinson to Ford and all the buses and fire engines

John and I decided to take a drive up to Sydney to photograph Haulin’ the Hume that was run over the weekend of April 8 & 9, 2017.  We took photos at Catherine Hill, on the old Hume Highway between Picton and Mittagong, under the scenic old railway bridge and then we took more photos on the Cullerin Range, just north of Gunning. We had  a new lens on the camera and had  a few issues with focal length etc so some of the photos were a bit ordinary  so here's the best of them. 

This post shows all the trucks alphabetically from Atkinson to Ford and all the buses and fire engines. To see the Internationals, click here. To see the Kenworths, click here. To see the Leyland, Macks and alphabetically through to the Whites, click here








Austin


Mike Herbert's Austin fire engine - because we like him here are two photos of his truck.



Don Calleja's Autocar


Bedfords




Robert Johnston's Bedford



Lots of Flexible Clippers made the journey









Chevrolet


Graham Johnston's Commer


Steve Camilleri's Commer


Aldo Marson's Diamond T


Diamond T


Diamond T


Dodge
  

Garry Gilcrist's good looking Dodge



Jeff Johnston's Dodge, and again, below,  because we like him as well.







Dodge, followed by another Dodge





This is a Fiat


Fire engine


Fire engine
  

Fire engine


Fire engine


Robert Johnston's Ford


Ford



















To finish off the Ford's here two shots of Dave O'Farrell's Louisville.


These photos are from Haulin' the Hume in 2017. This post shows all the trucks alphabetically from Atkinson to Ford and all the buses and fire engines. To see the Internationals, click here. To see the Kenworths, click here. To see the Leyland, Macks and alphabetically through to the Whites, click here

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these great shots. Every model has it's only unique look to it. My favorite from above is Jeff's Dodge. But a lot of others are tied for second as my favorite ones. Have a great day.
    Greg Prosmushkin

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