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Picture relating to Avenel - titled 'Avenel'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Children playing in their backyard, 1910-1920'
Picture relating to Cooroy - titled 'Passengers at the Cooroy Railway Station, 1910'
Picture relating to Cooroy - titled 'Cooroy Railway Station, 1910'
Picture relating to Cooroy - titled 'Passengers waiting on the platform at the railway station in Cooroy, 1910'
Picture relating to Cooroy - titled 'View of Cooroy Railway Station, 1910'
Picture relating to Cooroy - titled 'View of J. L. Boden's store from the railway station, Cooroy, ca. 1910'
Picture relating to Laidley - titled 'Minister for Railways, the Honourable Walter Trueman Paget, turning the first sod for the Laidley Valley Railway Line, 1910'
Picture relating to Laidley - titled 'Minister for Railways, the Honourable Walter Trueman Paget, makes a speech before turning the first sod for the Laidley Valley Railway Line, 1910'
Picture relating to Cordalba - titled 'Hon. W. T. Paget turning the first sod of the Cordalba to Dallarnil railway extension, 1910'
Picture relating to Cordalba - titled 'Hon. W. T. Paget turning the first sod at Cordalba for the Cordalba to Dallarnil railway extension, 1910'
Picture relating to Burdekin River - titled 'Burdekin River railway bridge, ca. 1910'
Picture relating to Mount Elliott - titled 'Railway line up from the Mount Elliott township to the smelters and mines, ca. 1910'
Picture relating to Mount Morgan - titled 'Rockhampton mail train ascending the Razorback near Mt. Morgan, 1910'
Picture relating to Inglewood - titled 'Inglewood railway bridge, ca. 1910'
Picture relating to Gill Street - titled 'Postcard from Charters Towers, Queensland, ca. 1910'

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Avenel

contributed by greenfingers, taken in 1910
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Monument in Bank St was later removed to Jubilee Park when 2nd railway line was added

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