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Bonzle users have contributed 18 pictures of Adavale covering the years from 1905 to 2014:

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Picture of / about 'Adavale' Queensland - Unidentified school group at Adavale, Queensland, ca. 19101 - Unidentified school group at Adavale, Queensland, ca. 1910 (Contributed by: QldPics)
Group of school children with their teacher, photographed in front of a building at Adavale, around 1910. The building has a wide verandah over a dirt floor, with unfinished logs holding up a roof made of branches and leaves.

'JDalglish' adds: The teacher in this photo possibly is Frances Quirke (Irish lass) who took up the position in 1888-
In 1897 a new school was built and by 1900 there were 67 pupils-
1906-Teacher- Frances Quirke transferred to another school
1968 Adavale school closed

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Picture of / about 'Adavale' Queensland - Stagecoach outside Adavale Post Office, 19072 - Stagecoach outside Adavale Post Office, 1907 (Contributed by: QldPics)
Cobb and Co. stagecoach of the Charleville - Adavale run outside the Adavale Post Office, 1907. The driver is Steve Wall (Description supplied with photograph). The coach is loaded with bags and a passenger looks from the window. A group of people look on from the verandah and doorway of the post office. Two boys, including one on a bicycle, stand by the fence on the side of the road. Some people pose next to the stagecoach, including a well-dressed woman and a boy on a goat. A dog sits on the left.

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Picture of / about 'Adavale' Queensland - Mud forts at Tin-Tin-Chilla Station, in the Adavale district, Queensland, ca. 19053 - Mud forts at Tin-Tin-Chilla Station, in the Adavale district, Queensland, ca. 1905 (Contributed by: QldPics)
Tintinchilla was first taken up as Imbadulla and Injamulla by Henry St. John in 1866. These runs and several others were consolidated as Tintinchilla in 1886. This was later incorporated in Milo Station. (Description supplied with photograph). Caption: Mud forts used in the early days for protection against the blacks at Tin-Tin-Chilla, Adavale. (Photo by H. J. Walton, Charleville.)

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Picture of / about 'Adavale' Queensland - Lacre truck outside Skinner's Store, Adavale, Queensland, ca. 19254 - Lacre truck outside Skinner's Store, Adavale, Queensland, ca. 1925 (Contributed by: QldPics)
British-built Lacre truck, 2 to 3 tons capacity with local body, solid rubber tyres and acetylene headlamps. The truck is carrying wool bales and four passengers.

'Lynx42' adds "I query the statement that this is a Lacre. I think it is an Albion A10 3 ton truck built in Scotland. I actuallu own a 1916 Albion A10 3 ton truck and even the number of louvers in the bonnet sides are the same. "

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Picture of / about 'Adavale' Queensland - A. Skinner's Lacre truck bogged on a property near Adavale, Queensland, ca. 19145 - A. Skinner's Lacre truck bogged on a property near Adavale, Queensland, ca. 1914 (Contributed by: QldPics)
English Lacre truck, type O, with locally built body and no cab. This type of truck with a two ton load capacity. The chain drive of the rear axle with enclosed chain housing is visible. The jack being used is possibly a Trewala.

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