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Paying in railway takings at the Bank of New South Wales, Sydney

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CollectionsNational Union of Railwaymen of Australia
Date created: 190-?
Photograph of men with wooden hinged boxes, bags and sheafs of notes held together with string in a bank interior. The men, who are probably railway employees, are dressed in suits and bowler hats. There is a pile of different sized boxes on the left. Three bank employees are lined up behind a table loaded with bags. Others are mostly seated in cubicles separated by mesh. The interior features dark timber carved screens with glass panels, fluted pillars and ornate plaster cornices and capitals. The floor has an inlaid tile pattern. The logo: BNSW is etched onto the lowest window panes .
Location: Sydney


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