This timber tractor is thought to be the model displayed at the Sydney Agricultural Show of 1926. It was purchased by the owner of a gold mine at a remote location by the name of “Breakfast Creek” several hours drive from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The tractor is reported to have spent most of its time belted up to a stone crusher - being used as a static machine. When the gold mine was no longer found to be viable, the Sentinel was steamed a distance of 42 miles to the same family`s fruit farm, where it was laid up for many years. This vehicle has a turn of speed of around 15 mph.