One of five black and white photographs attached to an album page. Part of a group of five album pages and three loose photographs depicting excavators, winches and other industrial equipment manufactured by A.T. Harman & Sons.

Part of a collection of photographs, film, engineering drawings, trade literature and business papers relating to the operations of the Victorian engineering firm A.T. Harman & Sons, of Port Melbourne. The company was active from the 1890s to late 1960s in the manufacture of steam winches, steam, petrol and diesel powered shovels, excavators and cranes, and other industrial equipment. They were eventually taken over by the Swedish firm Kockums, and the Melbourne Works closed. The material includes a considerable amount of trade literature from other overseas manufacturers of shovels and excavators.

Description of Content

A dismantled Harman & Sons excavator loaded onto a train wagon, possibly for transportation. 'Harman, Port Melbourne' is printed on the cabin, on the following wagon is the excavator boom.

Physical Description

Black and white photograph attached to a black photographic album page.

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