The buggy made by Lowrey Anthony and Ron Sims in approximately 1935, which originally came from Popanyinning, is a fascinating piece of history. This handmade carriage was likely used for transportation in the early days of Western Australia, and its restoration by Boyle in the town of Pingelly is a testament to the significance of preserving our cultural heritage. The restoration of this buggy not only honours the craftsmanship of its original creators but also provides a window into the past, allowing us to appreciate the ingenuity and resourcefulness of our forebears. Thanks to the efforts of individuals like Boyle, we can continue to learn from and celebrate our rich cultural heritage for generations to come.