Rev heads can keep their cool thanks to new units at motor museum

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Updated February 5 2024 - 12:02pm, first published 11:59am
National Transport Museum committee members Peter Bates and June Dawson, with secretary and treasurer John Hermann, centre. An increase in patronage to the museum, in Rifle Range Road, is behind the need for the evaporative coolers.
National Transport Museum committee members Peter Bates and June Dawson, with secretary and treasurer John Hermann, centre. An increase in patronage to the museum, in Rifle Range Road, is behind the need for the evaporative coolers.

THREE evaporative coolers will be installed at the National Transport Museum next week, after a spike in visitors at the Inverell institution.

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Lydia Roberts

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