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AVON RIVER IN FLOOD, TOODYAY, 1930

1930
Overview

A black and white photo of the Avon River in flood.
This photo is taken from the Newcastle Bridge, looking across showing St. Stephen's Church and the Donegan's Store corner.
A number of trees have their trunks well under water.
The water is up to the fence around the church.
The rector is standing in the open porch.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1337
Item type
Width
11.3000 cm
Height or length
7.1000 cm
Inscriptions and markings

On back of photo: in black biro: 1930's flood;
Number 139 stamped on back.

Contextual Information

Same image as 2001.1243 in the Shire of Toodyay collection.

Year
1930
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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