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(157 pictures)
Picture relating to Uteara - titled 'Uteara Wool Pressing'
Picture relating to Herberton - titled 'Great Nothern Mining Corporation building at Herberton, 1986'
Picture relating to Emerald - titled 'Cluster of opened cotton bolls on the stem of a cotton plant at Emerald, 1986'
Picture relating to Balgal Beach - titled 'New day rising at Balgal Beach near Townsville, 1986'
Picture relating to Mount Read - titled 'Mount Read'
Picture relating to Strahan - titled 'Strahan'
Picture relating to Walls Of Jerusalem - titled 'Walls Of Jerusalem'
Picture relating to Walls Of Jerusalem - titled 'Walls Of Jerusalem'
Picture relating to Serviceton - titled 'Serviceton Railway Station.'
Picture relating to Cape Bridgewater - titled 'Cape Bridgewater'
Picture relating to North Melbourne - titled 'South Dynon Loco'
Picture relating to Stonyford - titled 'Stonyford'
Picture relating to Stonyford - titled 'Stonyford'
Picture relating to Willis - titled 'Willis'
Picture relating to Snowy River - titled 'Snowy River'
Picture relating to Snowy River - titled 'Snowy River'

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Stonyford

contributed by BillStrong, taken in 1986
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Drystone wall at Stony Rises.
Western Victoria.

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