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Map of area around Beaurevoir - France[Soldiers of the 34th Battalion] in FranceAustralian Tunnelling Company, Hooge CraterSoldiers standing in formation [34th Battalion, Maitland Showground, c 1916]Carte Postale, Telegraphique, Telephonique & Des Chemins De Fer Du Dep. De La SOMMELetter to Lawton from Myrtle and Jimo - p1'This is the life' ANZAC soldiers [34th Battalion] peeling potatoes [France, c 1918] At Zero hour, moving to attack Mt. St. QuentinSoldiers standing in formation [34th Battalion, Maitland Showground, c 1916]Studio portrait of a group of soldiers [34th Battalion, c. 1916]. CSM William David Lawton (1889-1957) is on the far right in the back row.

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Corporal James Dalton, 1st Australian Division, October 1916Unidentified locomotive, Hobart station carriage sidings, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]River Derwent from Queen's Domain, Hobart with Somersault Signals in foreground, [n.d.]Tasmanian Government Railways Sentinel steam railcar SP1 or 2, Hobart, Tasmania [n.d.]Tasmanian Government Railways Western Line railway bridge over Meander River, Deloraine, Tasmania [n.d.]Tasmanian Government Railways A class locomotive A5, unidentified Tasmanian location, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways CC class locomotive, Deloraine, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways B-class locomotive, Devonport Station, Devonport, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways A Class Locomotive, Glenorchy, Tasmania, [n.d.]Tasmanian Government Railways B-Class Locomotive 13, near Tamar St. Bridge, Launceston, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways D-Class Locomotive, Hobart Station, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways A-Class Locomotive, New Norfolk Station, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways Australian Standard Garratt Locomotive crossing Bass Highway, Burnie, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways B-Class Locomotive, at Boyer near New Norfolk, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways D-Class Locomotive, Hobart Station, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Glenorchy Station, Glenorchy, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways Fowler Locomotive, Hobart Yard, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, Ulverstone Station, Ulverstone, Tasmania [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways C-Class Locomotive, Hobart Yard, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways B-Class Locomotive, Devonport Station, Devonport, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, Burnie, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways A-Class Locomotive, Devonport Station, Devonport, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways D-Class Locomotive, Hobart Yard, Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, near Burnie Wharves, Burnie, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, South Burnie near Oakleigh, Tasmania, [n.d.]Emu Bay Railway Zeehan yard on the West Coast, looking north. [n.d.]Leyland railmotor with trailer heading out of Hobart, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, Tasmania, [n.d.]From left to right: L1 Garratt, CC (poss 26), B9, D3 or 4, DS2. [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive passing the Burnie Life Saving Club, Burnie, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified Tasmanian Government Railways F-Class Locomotive, Devonport, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, Tasmania, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, Launceston station, [late 1940s]Q class, Western Junction heading west. Carriage looks like ex steam railcar, so very late 1940s/ early 1950sConverted Railcar, Launceston Station, with Silver Star advertisements in foreground, [n.d.]Number 19 Tram at Launceston heading for Newstead, Hobart. [n.d.]R2 Locomotive at Burnie on Ocean Wharf looking west towards Marine Board building. [n.d.]R Class locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]Regatta Point, Tasmania. Government train for Zeehan, [late 1940s]H Class locomotive. Crossover just east of Devonport station (opposite where the cement silos are) from loop to main., [n.d.]R3 locomotive ready to depart Launceston, Tasmania. [n.d.]C class loco, Brighton Station. Train to Hobart.  [1950]Unidentified locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]Unidentified locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]A Class locomotive departing Hobart, Tasmania[n.d.]B class hauling a short west-bound (Up) passenger service crossing the Bass Highway and entering the EBR Burnie yard at Burnie Junction. [n.d.]Regatta Point station. The 'C' class has one of the early 6-wheel rigid frame tenders.Unidentified locomotive, unidentified location, [n.d.]
 
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