A family returns to the
woodlines. A sign in a tree at the 59 mile Main Camp.
The remains of a gangers troller at the 59 mile Main Camp.
A corrugated iron water tank at the 59 mile Main Camp. These tanks were
close to the tracks and were filled by the passing trains. The same
type of tank were used for water for both people and horses.
Beer bottle dump near an old camp.
I wonder what the original owner of this kerosene lantern would think
of this digital photo being viewed on a computer connected to the
Old water tanks were used to make
a chook house at the 96 mile Main Camp.
Among all the rubbish at the 96
mile Main Camp is this rotten wheelbarrow.
The remains of a portable house
at at unnamed camp.
More portable house remains. The
white pieces in the centre are remnants of the white-washed hessian
This International truck at a Main Camp was probably used by a
contractor to cart firewood to the railway after the horses and drays
had been phased out about 1953.
A shovel head adorns a long dead
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