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|The Melbourne Tank Museum Carrier collection||Page 1, 1A, 2, 3, 2 pounder tank attack, 3" mortar, Carrier manual, Western Australian Carriers, New Zealand Carriers. Year of the Carrier. Tracked Truck|
|John Belfield's Melbourne Tank Museum at Narre Warren in Victoria has a large collection of carriers, mostly unrestored, but two are on display in the main hall.
Unfortunately most are missing their ID plates.
|Dwarfed by the Buffalo, thie LP2A carrier is fully operational. The collection has several Buffaloes.|
|This 2 pounder tank attack carrier is also on display. See page on tank attack carriers.||This 2 pounder tank attack carrier was recovered from a RAAF range.|
|In the storage yard is this nice unrestored LP2A.||Rear view shows the original stowage bins are present.|
|Near the gate is this mostly uncut Carrier|
|Cut down, this carrier has been re-engined with a Holden Grey motor.|
|Rare in Australia is this US Ford built T16 Carrier.||The T16 is longer and has extra bogie wheels.|
|Steering levers are used in place of a wheel in the T16.|
|The all welded hull also sets it apart from locally built carriers.||Differential steering was another difference.|