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Old Boys

I mentioned the old trucks at Trunkey Creek yesterday.  Here they are.

Also I promised to show you Carcoar over at 100 towns.  It's a great little town, well worth a visit.


  1. A pair of beauties Joan .... I'd love to take that truck for a spin down the highway.

  2. LOL - with this title they really remind me of two grumpy old men, sitting on a bench, watching the world go by ... the red one a little bit more grumpy than the other one.

  3. Yes, I agree with Martina. The red one looks as though someone has socked him one in the snoz!

  4. These are great! It looks like they still have another few decades of rusting away to go.


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