Gundagai Independent 2nd March 2017.

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2/03/2017

The Gundagai Independent coverd our Tractor Pull and Swap Meet.

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WinNews, Facebook Video "Museum Opening Day 16July2016".

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19/07/2016

After almost a decade of campaigning and fundraising, the Australian Road Transport and Heritage Centre has opened its doors in Gundagai.

The museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of vehicles that were instrumental in developing Australia's transport industry.

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Vintage Trucks & Commercials Magazine
"Sylvias Gap Road Run".

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19/07/2016

A article done by the Vintage Trucks & Commercials Magazine on "Along the Road to Gundagai - ARTHC-Sylvias Gap Road Run"

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Owner Driver, Video "Sylvia's Gap Road Run 2016".

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10/07/2016

Seventy six trucks took part in the 2016 Sylvia’s Gap Road Run during a weekend of activities which raised about $30,000 for the proposed Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre. Tamara Whitsed chats to Jim Morton as she travels in his 1963 J3 Bedford.

Taking place over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, the second Sylvia’s Gap Road Run saw 76 trucks travel the picturesque section of the old Hume Highway as part of a fundraising activity for the Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre (ARTHC)..

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Owner Driver, Article "Gundagai Truck Museum opening soon".

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01/07/2016

Buoyed by the success of recent fundraising activities, the Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre (ARTHC) plans to open a truck museum in a temporary home at Gundagai, New South Wales, this month.

ARTHC Chairperson Kerry Campbell and his team are assembling a collection of historic trucks and exhibits in a shed at the corner of Tor Street and Jack Moses Avenue, Gundagai.

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Owner Driver, Article on Dinner & Road Run.

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A road run over Sylvia’s Gap raised funds for the proposed Gundagai truck museum and rekindled memories of old Highway 31.

Plans to build a truck museum at Gundagai, New South Wales, were boosted by a dinner and road run which raised over $15,000 for the Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre (ARTHC) on June 6 and 7. .........

The highlight of the fund-raising weekend was the Sylvia’s Gap Road Run along a section of the old Hume Highway which was bypassed in 1983. The road is now on private property and inaccessible to the general public, but landowners opened their gates for the road run. .......

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Owner Driver, Article on Reunion Dinner & Road Run for 2015.

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Hume Highway Reunion and Sylvia’s Gap Road Run will raise funds and awareness for a road transport museum proposed for Gundagai.

Memories of the old Hume Highway will be shared on June 6, 2015, when the Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre (ARTHC) holds its Hume Highway Reunion Dinner at the Gundagai District Services Club, Gundagai, New South Wales. ..........

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