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Annie Boyd’s ‘Koombana Days’

A century ago, there weren’t many roads in Australia, and outside the main cities and the south-eastern states, what railways there were tended to run inland from ports rather than from town to town. In Western Australia the main means of transport to and from Perth and Fremantle—for people, supplies,...

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