Secondhand. Very good condition. Ex library copy with all external stickers removed. Date due slip and borrower card pocket on inside pages. Minimal edgewear.
Biography of Harry Matheson, who was a steam engine driver. He drove winches and sawmill engines in the timber industry. He worked in timber areas including Powelltown, Warburton, and the Ada River, and survived the Black Friday, 1939, bushfires by sheltering in a dugout. Outside the timber industry, he drove a steam shovel, traction engines, and mining batteries. The author of the book is Harry's daughter.