Hello,most of these are parts found at Jamestown a while ago.
During the war wrecked aircraft were sent by rail from Darwin to Treowie. They were stored in paddocks. At that time materials were scarce, so some of the local farmers would raid the wrecks for parts to be used for various odd jobs.
Most of these parts were found in and behind a shed at Jamestown.
There is a Spitfire under carriage leg, a spit spat, u/c gauge and other various parts.
I was interviewing RAAF WW2 blokes at the time, and decided to get signatures
on the spat by any pilots and ground crew that had flown or serviced Spitfires.
The first bloke is Jim who worked at Laverton on the Merlin engines.
The second is Des Cormack, a DFC PILOT WHO LOVED HIS SPITTY.
The spat is now covered in names.
I am not sure what some of the other parts are.