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Picture relating to Dobbyn - titled 'Dobbyn Police Station, Queensland, 1931'
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Picture relating to Dobbyn - titled 'Dobbyn Hotel, Queensland, 1931'
Picture relating to Dobbyn - titled 'View of Dobbyn from the mine poppet head, 1931'
Picture relating to Broadwater - titled 'Patrons outside the Miners Refuge Hotel, Broadwater, ca. 1873'
Picture relating to Kuridala - titled 'Walters' Hotel, Kuridala'
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Picture relating to Gregory Downs - titled 'Gregory Downs Hotel, Lawn Hill, 1930'

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Cashmere Downs - Magville Bush camp 1970

contributed by Cordyline, taken in 1970
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The bark hut at this bush camp was built by my pal Ken Starrick - 2nd from right - much cooler than the caravan for sleeping although quite often we slept outside 'under the stars'
On the left is Len, a true Ozzy bushman, next to him is Terry Harvey who lived with his family in Kalgoorlie
Standing is John who like me is from England -That's Cordy on the right
Len is sitting on the boxes of soil samples we collected
We named the little area Magville - part of our work was taking readings with a Magnetometer
The nearest pub and store was at Sandstone, about 65 miles away which we visited every fortnight or so

This picture is also part of the Bonzle Camping (open in new window) photo collection.