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Camel train operated by Afghani drivers

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CollectionsAustralian Estates Company Limited
Date created: ca. 1914
The wool clip is taken from Granada Station near Cloncurry, Queensland to the Darling River at Bourke, New South Wales for transport by paddle steamer to market. The bales average 400lbs; each camel carries 800lbs.
Location: Bourke District, New South Wales
Other Identifiers: 165-430-32


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