• harmony nally

    Sad to hear. My grandad Ian Crawford nally started this company

  • Terry Campbell

    Harmony Nally, is your grandad still alive? He worked with my Dad John Whitehead and I am trying to locate as many of his old mates as possible.

    Thanks Terry Campbell

  • Rob Parkinson

    Hi l am Rob Parkinson son of Bob Nugget Parkinson. We took over the tower business from lan Nally in the seventies until the early nineties. Dad died on the 12 January 2010.
    Great memories. I was dads welder for most of those years.

  • Kevin Luxford

    I am Kevin Luxford. I think that Bob Parkinson installed my tower around 1980. I think that Bob had had an accident which had damaged his legs. I am sorry that Nally has gone out of business as I wanted them to do some maintenance on safety winches that had been installed after Bob had sold the business. Sorry to hear that he has passed.

  • Paul McMahon

    I also remember Bob Parkinson. He was a heck of a nice fellow. I’ve been a ham since 1985 and purchased a tower from Bob which he installed and relocated to a new QTH. I finally wound up selling the tower cheap to the institute for the blind in Kooyong, Melbourne and Bob relocated it yet again. I now have two Nally towers on a small farm in central Gippsland. I’m sure Bob is looking down on us all and saying a prayer. God bless you Bob, Best wishes readers, Paul McMahon VK3SS (Formerly VK3CGR & VK3DYP)

  • dave hadkiss

    Hi ross sorry for your loss I have just read all this my thorts are with you ok your old worker the first person you and Herman employed if there is anything I can do for you please donot hesitate ok 0477625912 Dave hadkiss

  • Mark

    I’m new to the hobby, still studying for ticket and came across this when searching for Nally info. Very sad to hear this. I guess it’s honest to say that putting up a tower automatically associates the name Nally. Even in the US articles I’ve read they talk about the “Australian Nally” tower. Very iconic.

  • steve

    hi all i know Herman here used to live in Hampton park where he lived and his family back then
    if i recall right i did meet Bob i few times at Herman’s house use to have one there towers in noble park years a go now
    wish i still had it now but life as it is thing happen

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