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Light Horse & Field Artillery Museum

Located at 200 Bessie Creek Road, Nar Nar Goon, Victoria, this museum is full of restored horse-drawn transport vehicles used in WW1. Amongst curator Bernie Dingle's extensive skills are blacksmithing, woodworking, horse skills. Bernie is also a wheelwright. This is a working museum. Many of the exhibits are regularly used in parades such as the ANZAC Day parade and other ceremonial occasions.
The museum also houses a large collection of WW1 and 2 weapons and equipment carried by pack animals.
See also images from Egypt 1917.

Opening hours are every day from 10AM to 5PM. Public holidays by arrangement. Bernie also caters for group bookings. The contact number is 03 59425512, mobile 0408 567 698.

Bernie Dingle. Identification of vehicles will be done soon.
Part of Bernie's work is restoring horse-drawn vehicles for display for other clients.
Ambulance vehicle.      
     
Similar vehicle seen in 1st Australian Div march through Melbourne prior to embarkation in 1914.
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