Mokes Pics 2 Page 4
Parramatta Park, Queensland
Big blaze gets seriously close to stored Moke.
In the lane next to a Fishing Tackle Shop a native Australian sets fire to the contents
of a Skip which is full of 'empty' oil containers and solvent soaked rags.
The flames leap up to set fire to an air conditioner sticking out from the Shop's wall.
A false ceiling in the shop begins to melt with the intense heat. Thick black smoke
the air conditioner and the contents of the skip fills the inside of the shop covering
every bit of its contents with a layer of greasy black gunk.
Two passers' by try to control the fire with water from a small hosepipe until the fire
Using the garden hosepipe to direct water onto the red hot fence just behind the Moke,
stops the fence from bursting into flames. Abundant steam is created.
The shop is closed for three months during which time tens of thousands of dollars'
worth of stock has
to be dumped.
Dave Margison is learning to drive in this
1958 'Standard Ensign'.
Tree Holiday Camp' Cornwall, U.K.
Alan Margison is learning to drive in this
1954 'Hillman Husky Estate' (Station Wagon).
Next to him is his mother Elsie then 'the brothers grim' Geoffrey and David'
Captain Cook Highway, Queensland
Dave Margison drives a Moke for the first time.
In the photo are Dave's parents Elsie and Albert.
14 years later Dave bought his first Moke from
Three Very Smart Blackpool Mokes and Grace
Not to be confused
with a Moke. This is a Blackpool Tram.
London , U.K.
Contender for a 3 Wheel Moke?
Alan Margison's Moke '2 x S '
Located in Victoria, Canada is heavily featured on
the cover of 'Tracks'
magazine from the 'Victoria Moke Club' of Victoria, Australia.
Port Erin, Isle of Man, U.K.
Australia sees people carrying small bottles
of water round with them. The Isle of Man has a better ideas.