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Whistles Through the Tall Timber : Warburton - Powelltown - Noojee (edition 2023)

by Nick Anchen

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The majestic mountain ranges east of Melbourne contained some of the finest stands of hardwood trees in Australia. To access the timber, a fascinating network of railways and tramways were built.This publication tells the story of the Warburton, Powelltown and Noojee railways, along with the prominent timber tramways of the region, from an era when the tall timber was extracted by steam and sweat" -- back cover.… (more)
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Title:Whistles Through the Tall Timber : Warburton - Powelltown - Noojee
Authors:Nick Anchen
Info:Melbourne, [VIC] : Sierra Publishing, 2023.
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Whistles Through the Tall Timber : Warburton - Powelltown - Noojee by Nick Anchen

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The majestic mountain ranges east of Melbourne contained some of the finest stands of hardwood trees in Australia. To access the timber, a fascinating network of railways and tramways were built.This publication tells the story of the Warburton, Powelltown and Noojee railways, along with the prominent timber tramways of the region, from an era when the tall timber was extracted by steam and sweat" -- back cover.

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