Summary

Four-wheel-drive steam traction engine with engine mounted under the boiler. Designed and built by Thomas Quinlivan, Coghill's Creek, Victoria, about 1906. Assistance rendered by Mr. Cowley, Johnson and Son's Tyne Foundry and the Victorian Government. Original engine was used at the Maffra sugar beet factory. Scale working model built to demonstrate practicality and effectiveness of invention.

Physical Description

Four-wheel-drive steam traction engine with engine mounted under the boiler.

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