Tractors at Hastings Blossom Parade, Windsor Park, 14 September 1958
Traction engine at Hastings Blossom Festival, 2000
Beecrofts’ house being moved from Queen Street to Avenue Road, where it was converted into a boarding house
Wool bales being transported over Olrig Gorge Bridge at Olrig Station by traction engine, about 1908
First three-tiered sheep crate for Powdrell Brothers, Hastings, 1920s
Photo caption – “First Mechanical Road Transport; Powdrells Traction Engine in Railway Yard; about 1905”
Williams and Kettle Limited building
Powdrell Brothers traction engine delivers timber to builders of country home, 1908
Traction engine during 1931 earthquake aftermath
Photo caption –
“8 H.P. D.C.C. BURRELL TRACTION ENGINE.
CORNER KING & QUEEN ST HASTINGS.
1931 ALF WATKINS OWNER.”
Photo name – “Steam sterilising sand beds”, 1966
Slide caption – “Traction Engine, Pakowhai”
Slide caption – “Traction Engine”
Taken August 1968
Traction engine with bales of wool at Fernhill
Traction engine with driver and workers; wool bales on three carriages
Photo caption – “Shearing was [?] done for the year and all hands posed proudly beside the fruits of their labours. The clip was about to be shifted from Maraekakaho Station to the Port of Napier.”
Powdrell Brothers traction engine with three trailers of wool bales, stamped “M”
Four traction engines and drivers, 10 October 1905
Photo caption – “Oct 10th 1905. Four engines on pull to lift another engine on its side.
L-R. Jonas Willan Aveling & Porter 6HP. T. Kemp Winiata Fowler 8 HP. G. Sands Fowler 6HP Powdrell’s Fowler 6HP”