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    Gleneagle

    contributed by harryfrochter, taken in 2017
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    Public rest area off Albany Highway . Used to be a small timber town but was totally destroyed by a fire in 1961. This central water tower is the only remnant remaining.

    This picture is part of the Bonzle Fire and Bushfires (open in new window) photo collection.

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