Photograph taken by Jack Howley during an overland road trip through western New South Wales and Queensland made during the depression. Jack was travelling with a mate, picking up itinerant work enroute such as repair work and odd jobs on pastoral stations. They were on the road for 12 months travelling from western Victoria up through Bourke to Longreach, before returning via Isisford.They carried a set of oxy-acetylene equipment with which almost any job could be tackled, from welding broken motor car sumps, to patching steam engnie boilers or making spurs for drovers.

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Jack Howley's 1923 Dodge truck at the Hungerford Gate in the rabbit proof fence on the border of New South Wales and Queensland. Taken during an overland trip on The Dowling Track.

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