Cooma is a small town on the Monaro region of SE Australia, and is mostly know as the gateway to the Australian Alps. There is, however another attraction here, and that is Flynns wrecking yard just west of the town. Flynns has become a bit of an icon, the yard sits on about 5 hectares of land, all of which is covered by rusty relics, and the further up the paddock you go, the further back in time. The yard has been in existence since the 1930's so cars from the very early days right up to modern can be found here. If you pay the man $10.00, one is free to roam and take photos all day. Please be aware that these images will depict rust and peeling paint! The same Hasselblad 500ELM that I featured earlier was used for these. I had three rolls of outdated Plus-X that I used, and processed in ID11, 1:1.