National Geographic : 1936 Dec
©The Sydney Sun "cBULLOCKIES" SHOUT TO THEIR TEAMS AND HEAVY YOKES CREAK AS WOOL WAGONSHEAD FOR THE RAILROAD Bullocks are painfully slow, but require less attention than horses. Two wagons are usually dispatched together,sothat ifone gets bogged theteams can be doubled to extricate it. Since train schedules have to be considered and freight cars ordered in advance, wool transports must reach therailroad ontime (page 721). Motor trucks have replaced wagons in many localities.