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Trans-continental railway from Kalgoorlie, ...
Title : Trans-continental railway from Kalgoorlie, ... Trans-continental railway from Kalgoorlie, ...
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Creator : H. E. C. Robinson Pty Ltd
Source : Trans-continental railway from Kalgoorlie, W.A. to Port Augusta S.A., 1063 miles, 31 ch., 41 Lks. [cartographic material] : preliminary survey
Place Of Creation : Sydney
Publisher : Photo-lithographed by W.A. Gullick Govt. Printer
Date of creation : 1909
Additional Creator : Gullick, W. A. (William Applegate)
Format : Map
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

Map of the southern portion of Western Australia and South Australia showing the coastline from Perth,W. Aust. to Glenelg, S. Aust. Includes part of New South Wales to show Silverton and Broken Hill. Details include proposed Trans-continental railway from Kalgoorlie, W. Aust. to Pt. Augusta, S. Aust., existing railways, telegraph lines and stock routes

Related names :

Transcontinental railway

Port Augusta (S. Aust)

Coverage year : 1909
Period : 1884-1913
Place : Port Augusta
Region : Flinders Ranges and Far North - Outback
Further reading :

Anderson, R.J. Solid town: a history of Port Augusta. [Port Augusta, S. Aust.]: R.J. Anderson, 1988

Stewien, Ronald A history of the South Australian Railways. Volume 1., The early years / principal author, Ron Stewien ; additional material by Malcolm Thompson Melbourne: Australian Railway Historical Society (Victorian Division), 2007

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