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|Description: A bush scene along the Marrawah tramway with logs and bushmen and a train being loaded with long logs at a spot mill. Several sawmillers have operated in the Marrawah district of Tasmania, the first was Woodberry and Moore in 1905, F D Hay & Sons at Welcome Swamp and Dismal Swamp, Jaeger's at Redpa, Sam Adams at Redpa, Fenton's and King's at Salmon River and Alf Gale at Green Point.|
Format: Pictorial and artistic works
Bushmen taking a break at a bush mill on the Marrawah Tramway in Circular Head, Tasmania
Subjects: tramways; sawmills; timber-getting; timbers; timber workers; bush
People/Orgs: Jaeger, Frank; Gale, Alf; Woodberry; Moore; Hay, F D & Sons; Adams, Sam; Fenton, Ernest H; King; Marrawah Tramways
Places: Circular Head, Tasmania; Marrawah, Tasmania; Redpa, Tasmania; Dismal Swamp, Tasmania; Welcome Swamp, Tasmania; Green Point, Tasmania
Institution: Circular Head Heritage Centre
Object number: CHH_00493
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