My Ozzi trailer trailer from Machinery Direct has been adapted to display a Moruya Town historical event. A concrete module depicts a slab building housing a ‘working blacksmith’ complete with forge, anvil, & weighing 2-5 tonnes. Blacksmith James Gee was formerly a boy convict, His great grandson Alan ,was a Bugler on HMAS Perth (sunk by Jap Ships WW2) .
A mural on the module describes how he became the blind barber of the Burma Railway.
The Ozzi trailer is perfect for the job & the management of Machinery Direct has advised me correctly & made every effort to ensure the trailer arrived in good condition.