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(21 pictures)
Picture relating to Miva - titled 'Miva'
Picture relating to Jimboomba - titled 'Bridge building after the flood, Jimboomba'
Picture relating to Charleville - titled 'Floodwaters lap the bottom of the bridge over the Warrego River at Charleville, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Cane cutter in the canefields at Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Kanaka workers setting up irrigation channels in the canefields, Bingera, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Water Tower, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Eight-Hour Day procession through the street, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Bundaberg Hospital, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Loading timber for shipment to Victoria, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Cane carting from Millbank, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Punting cane from Millbank Plantation, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Cane workers with their loaded wagon at the weighbridge, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Isis Sugar Mill, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Bundles of sugar cane at the Qunaba Sugar Mills, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'Bundaberg Harbour Board dredge Ceratodus up on the slip, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Bundaberg - titled 'View of Bundaberg and the Burnett River as seen from the Post Office, Bundaberg, ca. 1905'

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Miva

contributed by JohnH, taken in 1905
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Dickabrm Bridge on the Kilkivan Branch Railway. Built of ironbark and spotted gum 19 years ago (1886). Probable life of piles 30 to 40 years and of girders 28 years. Photo from The Merchantable Timbers of Queensland.

A report by Philip MacMahon 1905

This picture is also part of the Bonzle Railways (open in new window) photo collection.