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Hey, If you want to relocate it, please do. If you're more familiar with it, I'll defer to your local knowlege. I was only there for an hour or so but it was a lovely place.

Majestic view in good light, Burnie, you have my vote

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picsonthemove

Hi Burnie,

Thought you may like a little information on this place. The home was owned by a Mr Hack, whose brother was involved in set making for movies.

The largest of three dinosaurs on the property is evident in your photo. There are two other species lower on the slope to left and right of the one pictured, but not in view.

Mr Hack has since sold the property, but the dinosaurs remain grazing in their own Jurassic Park.

Ian

I think you'll find this should be Jounama Dam near Talbingo.

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Jimbob (watchdog05)

Sacred Heart Cathedral is the second largest in Australia and the last Gothic Cathedral to be built in the world

Burnie,

I see you have ahave great fascination with rail & bridges.

How did you come across this photo of Victoria bridge? Throught the State or John Oxley Library maybe?

Paul

:-) Hey Bern, I am an ex-pat Novocastrian now living in Dallas Texas U.S.A. Is that what this WWII installation was? I always wondered about it. (Near Strezlecki I think). I was told that it was a part of an artillery complex along the beaches. Contact me at wazza@tx.rr.com if you know for sure! Regards, Warren T.

Another nice shot Burnie!

Greets, T NL

GREAT SHOT BURNIE!

Yes, lovely photo. I must start telling a tram story or two. I have one that includes the train crossing Main Street etc but I have quite a few tram memories. I'd forgotten about the controller's hut.

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