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The men have won. All hands go back to work.

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CollectionsIan Turner
Date created: circa 1908
Kalgoorlie Woodlines were lines that spread throughout the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia - in all directions from the centre of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder region. Commonly known as 'the woodlines' they sustained a population of railway and timber workers in mainly temporary railway networks, from the early twentieth century to the 1960s.
Location: Kurrawang, Western Australia
Other Identifiers: P2-10-4


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