Old trucks lined up at Old Tailem Town, near the small township of Tailem Bend, South Australia. Originally named Tail'em Bend, no-one seems to be sure how the town got it's name. One story is that the original Ngarrindjeri inhabitants named the area, located on a bend in the River Murray, 'Thelim' which translates as 'bend', giving a literal translation of the town's name as 'Bend Bend'. Old Tailem Town is the largest open air museum in Australia, comprised of >100 old buildings from the 1920s-60s originally sited within a 150km radius of Tailem Bend. Plus a lot of old trucks.