|<-- See earlier|
||Big Tree-Dead Snake on Post
||An Australian Sundowner
||Scene at Fern Tree Gully
||Twin Tree-called the Sisters
||Selectors' Camp-Vagabond Tent
||'The Baron', Girth 114 feet, height 466 ft, Age 3700 years
||Bend of the River Watt, Fernshaw
||Stevenson's Falls, Marysville
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Trip to Australia and New Zealand 1888-1889
||Australian Stage Coach
||1888–1889 (The date is approximate.)
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, fading in from edges.
|Content and context|
140 x 101 mm. A view showing a Cobb and Co. coach standing in front of the small 'Blackspur Hotel' with passengers posing in and beside the coach. This page has the heading 'Four days picnic to Fernshaw, Blackspur and Marysville' which refers to all prints up to Y308A/65.
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