As told by Rosemary Blackley (2019), John Morgan (2018) and John Franklin (2017).
Drouin Motors 1952
1940 fire crew with hosereel. Tup Petersen second from left in back row
00.21 George Clarke: early life, school
03.43 Work at Ernie Miles Blacksmiths & then motor garage
05.45 Drivers licence and driving various cars
08.00 Work for WD Russell
09.12 Tup Pedersen at Russell’s
09.43 The Cream Run to DBF
10.14 Tritschler’s. Drouin Motors: Tup Pedersen
11.30 George & Tup register Drouin Motors . First car sale
12.02 Tups’ early life
13.17 Local Drouin Motors business successful;. Expansion.
15.31 Drouin fire brigade
16.09 One duck property
16.58 Drouin football ground levelling
17.31 Ruth Irons
18.58 Mr Holman blacksmiths. Ruth’s schooling
20.22 Drouin PO telephone exchange.
21.42 Starts work at Drouin Motors
22.23 Scots church involvement
23.13 Drouin a small town at war image
24.12 John Morgan’s memories: Drouin Motors, Tup Pedersen
32.48 Joint dealership and new business
33.58 John Franklins’ memories of Drouin Motors, staff, houses, buildings, car dealerships and car sales.
Looking west from Drouin Motors as mechanic repairs a tyre on horse drawn wagon
1944 collection courtesy Drouin History Group