Niagara Dam

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Built in 1897 for the cost of $128,000 pounds, similar in design to the Mundaring weir 1903. All the cement was transported here from Kalgoorlie by camel train.

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GasGasL€X on January 20, 2013

I will PM you the location Caroline but then Three groups of peoples would know its secret location... :-/

InTheBush on January 20, 2013

:-) Oh dear, maybe I should just stick with my favourite dam which looks like a minature Mundaring Weir!!

GasGasL€X on January 20, 2013

Nahh, Our Kookynie rocks camp is the best.. Seclusion, natural wind break, views, wood,.. its got all you want...... except a dam..... :-p

spider52 on January 21, 2013

Kookynie rocks ROCK!! just have a bucket bath and think of the dam : )

GasGasL€X on January 21, 2013

Got to agree with you Mike, the Kookynie rocks do Rock... :)

InTheBush on January 21, 2013

Braggers :-D

InTheBush on February 24, 2013

most lovely pic, BTW. Because it is a lovely spot, no doubt :o)

GasGasL€X on February 25, 2013

A lovely place no doubt! But mostly for sedentary Retired RV drivers.... For peace and beauty (sans a dam) then I prefer Kookynie rocks as the ideal camp place... ;-)

InTheBush on September 3, 2013

oh, nice! sedentaty RRV drivers. I have now been relegated to the ranks of the Grey Nomads. ;-)

GasGasL€X on September 3, 2013

You don't drive a big arsed Winnabago so you can't be! Cline

InTheBush on September 3, 2013

well, that's a comfort, at least :)

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