CAMPS PAGE 2



This blacksmiths forge is at an unnamed camp in the Woodline Hills about 80 kilometres north east of Norseman on the Lakewood line.



Horse feed or water troughs abandoned at an un-named camp in the Woodline Hills.



The tank deck of the collapsed overhead steam locomotive water tanks at the 102 mile Main Camp on the Lakewood line.



The overhead steam locomotive water tank at the 102 mile Main Camp.



At an un-named camp, these are fence posts for a long forgotten vegetable garden or a chook run.



Rubbish is the indicator of a woodline camp site. 


The more rubbish, the bigger the camp.



This truck cab was used as a chook house at one the Main Camps on the Lakewood line.



The Metters No 1 stove was very popular on the woodlines. They are everywhere. this one is at the 96 Mile camp on the Lakewood line.



This is the stove you would use if you could not afford a Metters No 1.


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