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See ‘Um, At The Museum.

G’day

On March 15, 2014, just a couple of suburbs away from where I live, a bloke by the name of Darryl White saw the results of many hours of hard work and determination come to fruition.

A mad keen enthusiast, Darryl and a few of his mates had been busy transforming a couple of disused industrial buildings into a place where specimens of one of the worlds most famous motorcycles could be displayed for all to see.

The Indian Motorcycle Museum Of Australia is certainly one of the better displays of the marquee, with both indoor and outdoor displays showcasing Indians from the early 1900’s through to post war era.

The display includes hill climb bikes, board racers through to a rare USA Fire Department sidecar. There really are some nice bikes and rare memorabilia on display.

You can visit the museum at 419 Newman Rd, Geebung QLD 4034 Australia. It’s open on the first and last weekend of each month and you can tag along with a guided tour, or wander through at your leisure ,the choice is yours.

Whats that?

You’re on the other side of the world and can’t get the time off work.

No worries, have a stroll through at your leisure any time you want. Just follow this link

It’s just like Google Street View, only with bikes 🙂

Here’s a tip. When you get to the website, hover your mouse towards the bottom of the screen and click “Floor Plan”, then click on a room and use you mouse or left/ right keys to pan around.

Want to move to the next room?

Just click one of those circles on the floor to navigate around the displays.

Too easy!

Enjoy!

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3 responses

  1. Okay, that is a really cool website. I like how it zooms you from room to room. There are some nightly neat looking machines in the museum.

    Thanks for sharing. I am going back to poke around some more.

    Liked by 1 person

    February 3, 2016 at 3:36 AM

  2. That is amazing!!! We have a really extensive motorcycle museum (all brands) here in the US, in Birmingham, Alabama, not far from here. Last year, we started a month long retirement MC trip with a visit to that museum, called the Barber. There is also a race track there, and they hold all sorts of car and motorcycle events. Here is a link to a post I wrote about it, with some pics…but no interactive, floor by floor viewing, sorry! 😉 http://curvyroads.info/2015/04/06/rainy-road-to-barber/

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    February 6, 2016 at 6:32 AM

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