C Squadron, 1st Australian Armoured Car Regiment, stand in front of their vehicles ready for inspection by the BCOF Commander-in-Chief Lieutenant General H. C. H. Robertson, CBE DSO.
1932 full J & W Bateman truck. J & W Bateman Ltd was formed by John and Walter Bateman in Fremantle in the mid 1800s. It operated until the 1980s exporting wood and supplying pioneeers
AWM caption : "An unidentified gun crew moving a six inch gun barrel at Cowan on Moreton Island, Qld. Two barrels were delivered by barge from the mainland and were dumped in the shallows. From there they were ... More
A six inch Howitzer in action in a sandbagged dugout at Gallipoli Peninsula. NOTE : This version of the photograph has brightness and contrast artificially increased to highlight details.
Some of the first party of service men with five years service to be discharged from the Australian military at Central Station, Sydney, on 1 August 1945
Gunners on an Australian destroyer with QF 4.7 inch cartridge cases and a shell, after withdrawing from the Cape Gloucester (northwest New Britain area where they had attacked enemy defences.
No 1 gun, 8th Battery, 2nd Australian Field Artillery Brigade, in gun pit at Anzac. The gun pit is heavily reinforced with sandbags. Comment : This is an 18 pounder gun.
AWM caption : KENSINGTON, NSW, 1914-10-11. GROUP PORTRAIT OF C COMPANY 2ND BATTALION. NO. 736 LANCE CORPORAL EDWARD MICHAEL FITZGERALD (UNCLE OF DONOR) IS SHOWN ELEVENTH FROM THE RIGHT, 2ND BACK ROW. FITZGERALD... More
AWM Caption: Fishermen's Bend, Vic. 1940-02-02. At the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation Factory, employees move a partly constructed Wirraway to a more advanced position in the assembly line.
Australian War Memorial (AWM) catalog number 005042. Captured Italian Armato M13/40 (far left) and M11/39 (middle and right) tanks being used by the Australian 6th Division Cavalry Regiment during the capture of Tobruk.
AWM caption: Korea. October 1951. In the UN Forces October offensive, Australian troops were prominent among the Commonwealth Division troops who spearheaded the UN advance. Chinese casualties were heavy, and t... More
Korea, c. 1950. from left, Lt-Gen Sir Horace Robertson, Lt-Col I. B. Ferguson (3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment), Brig Basil Coad commander 27th British Commonwelath Brigade.
Coal railway wagon LC (Lambton Colliery) B pit No 279 Repository: Clyde Engineering Photographic Collection, Powerhouse Museum www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/collection=Clyde_Engineering_Photogra... More
AWM Caption:Korea. 13 July 1953. This desolate landscape greets the soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (2RAR), as daylight dawns on their long night vigil. The scene, reminiscent of si... More
Australian Col. F.A. Burrows (2/13th) examining a German Panzer I at Tobruk on 30 April 1941. This tank was put out of action by rifle fire as it approached the outer defences of Tobruk on a reconnaissance.
Darwin Overland Maintenance Force at Parade, Birdum Military Camp, Jan 25, 1941. Deutsch: Die Darwin Overland Maintenance Force präsentiert sich. 25. Januar 1941, Feldlager Birdum.
The ex Queensland Railways Dubs 2-4-2T on an Elliots low loader at King's Pier, Hobart, circa 1950. This loco is now at the Don River Railway. J J N Barnett photo, Ted Lidster collection
History 1886 Named: Falls of Halladale for the Falls Line (Wright, Breakenridge & Co., Glasgow, Scotland) 14.11.1908 Wrecked near Peterborough, on the shipwreck coast of Victoria, Australia. She was sailed in ... More
AWM caption : "FORT PEARCE, PORT PHILLIP HEADS, VIC, 1944-04. 6 INCH GUN CREW FROM "C" COMPANY 5TH BATTALION VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS (VDC) PREPARES FOR ACTION AT TRAINING CAMP EASTER 1944. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. RIL... More
Avenue of pine trees bordering the drive up to Sedgley Grange. Mr and Mrs Trackson in the dogcart and daughter, Win on horseback. The boys, Frank and Charley are using their toy wagon. A cattle dog leads the way.
A photo from the Tom Lennon Photographic Collection from the Powerhouse Museum. This file was posted to Flickr by The Powerhouse Museum (See the archive of their website for further information). Many tha... More