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Picture relating to Bungala River - titled 'Bungala River'
Picture relating to Grovely - titled 'Framework of an early Brisbane home, Groveley Lodge 1864, belongiing to John Nicholson and family'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Brisbane, Queensland, 1865'
Picture relating to Helidon - titled 'Railway construction site at Helidon, ca. 1865'
Picture relating to Warwick - titled 'St. Mark's Church of England under construction, Warwick, ca. 1868'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Construction of the first permanent Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, ca. 1869'
Picture relating to Gympie - titled 'View along Mary Street, Gympie, ca. 1870'
Picture relating to Stanthorpe - titled 'Quart Pot Hotel Stanthorpe, 1872'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Early view of Brisbane, showing the construction of the first permanent Victoria Bridge in the background, ca. 1872'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Ulster Hotel, Edward Street, Brisbane, ca. 1873'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Construction of the first permanent Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, ca. 1873'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'Parliament House, Brisbane, ca. 1875'
Picture relating to Mackay - titled 'Construction of the Pioneer River Bridge at Mackay, 1876'
Picture relating to Comet - titled 'Comet railway bridge under construction, ca. 1878'
Picture relating to Mackay - titled 'Mackay State School, ca. 1880'
Picture relating to Ingham - titled 'Sugar mill under construction at Gairlock Plantation, Ingham, ca. 1881'

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    Bungala River

    contributed by DGubbin, taken in 1855
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    Map of Bungala Park from field book 265 showing the links measurements of the old estuary (18 Metres) before major siltation. The Map also shows 2 water holes with 1 still in existance that is 2 Metres deep. There is another diagram depicting the narrows and in this area another 2 Metre deep hole still exists. This map was drawn before construction of the Normanville Bridge in 1869.

    This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: