Explore the rare, unusual and the iconic vehicles on display at the museum. From horse-drawn vehicles ranging from heavy vehicles used to establish the district, through to the social and commercial vehicles used by settlers, traders and farmers.
Historic farm machinery and agricultural equipment used by farmers in the region feature prominently also.
You can learn more about some of our vehicles and machinery here:
Single Wheeled Grain Mower ...read more
Massey-Harris No 7 Cylinder Hay Loader ...read more
A gig is a light, one horse, two wheeled carriage for two or three people.
A world ranked collection of 17 John Deere tractors and associated memorabilia. ...read more
1912 Burford lorry bought in New Zealand in 1936. After the 1914-1918 war surplus vehicles were sent to Australia & NZ
Two wheeled passenger Gig built by Rouse and Hurrell who operated a carriage-making factory in Feilding from 1897-1907.