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Railway station, Albany?, Western Australia

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Title: Railway station, Albany?, Western Australia
Series/Report no.: 77 photographs of land in Western Australia, c. 1890-1902.
View of railway line and town buildings situated on the shores of a stretch of water, with land masses on the horizon. A passenger train is stationary on the line which runs very close to the water. The railway station is a long building behind a picket fence with verandas, exposed beams on the gables and corrugated iron roofs. A house in the lower right corner with corrugated walls and an iron roof has painted on its gable: F. ROYNES, SOLICITOR. A billboard near the railway yard features a poster with several figures and the words: YANKEE DOODLE TOBACCO. Other details in the scene include small boats, a tank on a stand by the water, a flagpole and clusters of fence pickets that presumably protect young trees.
Other Identifiers: K326
Neg. 2151


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