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Sandy Hollow to Maryvale railway line construction workers. The upper face of the tunnel on which the men are standing is called the "chinaman". The rubble from above is shovelled into the wagon behind the horse. The horse's breastplate is used for pushing the wagon back into the tunnel - Denman, NSW

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At Work and Play - 01950

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YoleG239

Sandy Hollow to Maryvale railway line construction workers. The upper face of the tunnel on which the men are standing is called the "chinaman". The rubble from above is shovelled into the wagon behind the horse. The horse's breastplate is used for pushing the wagon back into the tunnel - Denman, NSW

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Sandy Hollow to Maryvale railway line construction workers. The upper face of the tunnel on which the men are standing is called the "chinaman". The rubble from above is shovelled into the wagon behind the horse. The horse's breastplate is used for pushing the wagon back into the tunnel - Denman, NSW

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Sandy Hollow to Maryvale railway line construction workers. The upper face of the tunnel on which the men are standing is called the "chinaman". The rubble from above is shovelled into the wagon behind the horse. The horse's breastplate is used for pushing the wagon back into the tunnel - Denman, NSW

Date

c 1937

Call Numbers

At Work and Play - 01950

Record Identifier

YoleG239
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Sandy Hollow to Maryvale railway line construction workers. The upper face of the tunnel on which the men are standing is called the "chinaman". The rubble from above is shovelled into the wagon behind the horse. The horse's breastplate is used for pushing the wagon back into the tunnel - Denman, NSW

NOTES

General note

Shows: 3rd from right in lower group: Henry Fawcett

Digital order no:bcp_01950

Attributions / Conjectures

Photographed by: Elizabeth Fawcett

Alphanumeric designations

Original item no. BCP 01950

Description source

Catalogued using information collected during the New South Wales bicentennial copying of photographs project, 1986.

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At Work and Play - 01950

Record Identifier

YoleG239

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389997

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