This photograph comes from the Bellingen and Urunga Museums. It shows the Robinson service car going down the Dorrigo mountain.
It is historically significant for two reasons.
First, it shows the state of that mountain road in the early days of motor transport. Prior to that bullock drays crawled down that stretch.
Secondly, it is another example of the transport services offered by the Robinsons, an entrepreneurial New England family who had so much impact on New England transport and well beyond.