Volume 1. Edition 1.
Nowhere else in the world has trucking had such a dynamic effect as it has on Australia. The vast barren continent that eluded explorers for the first half of the century of this country's western inhabitancy proved even more elusive for the long iron railway.
Unlike most of the modern world where railways have traditionally carried the majority of the freight since the early 1800s in Australia however it has been road transport that has carried the country.
This is the story of some of the men, women and machines that 'Shrunk the Continent' told in their own words - "Straight from the horse's mouth" so to speak ....
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