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GRAPE DRYING RACKS, JOKICH PROPERTY, DEEPDALE VALLEY

2000
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Overview

A coloured photo of a long grape drying rack in the Deepdale Valley on land that is now divided into small holdings and formerly owned by the family Jokich.
The racks are made of timber uprights and supports with a corrugated iron roof and mesh drying shelves.
A dilapidated fence is nearby surrounded by dry and green grass.
A piece of corrugated iron has fallen from the roof and a large yellow rock is to the right corner of photo.
Other structures are in the front and middle distance.

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Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1089
Item type
Year
2000
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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