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Main Title: Celebrating 150 years of gold discovery in Walhalla: pictorial calendar 2013
Year: 2012
Collation: 26 p., ill., pbk, 30 cm
Subject: Calendars
Pictorial works
Walhalla (Vic.)
Contents: Miners standing outside the Lily Gold Mine (cover). One of the many water wheels along Stringers Creek p1. Corner on Happy-Go-Lucky track circa 1860s p3. Loutit family, including women, working in the family mine circa 1870s p5. Children playing on a makeshift bridge after a larger boiler had been moved across Stringers Creek circa 1880s p7. The Chinese gardens north of the township, worked by three chinamen, Haw Shaw, Ah Sue, Ah Nin circa 1900s p9. Gentlemen of the bush outside their wooden bark hut circa 1880s p11. The gold escort getting ready to leave town, standing outside the State Bank of Victoria circa 1890s (mechanics' institute in background) p13. The construction of the Thomson River Railway Bridge circa 1900s p15. Thomson [Railway] Station circa 1900s p17. An excursion train of happy visitors crossing the Thomson River Bridge on their way to Walhalla for the day circa 1920s p19. Walhalla Railway Station, circa 1920s p21. The once proud Walhalla Post Office needing a little love and attention circa 1960s p23.
Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Non-Fiction Main Library 994.56 WALH CAL Available