AVON RIVER IN FLOOD, 9 JULY 19301930
Black & white photo of Avon River in flood taken upstream of the Newcastle Bridge.
Bridge railing can be seen in middle distance, behind a row of trees.
Piece of board seen in bottom left corner.
On back of photo: stamped: E5642, Kodak Print.
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Nearest geotagged records:
- AVON RIVER IN FLOOD AT NEWCASTLE BRIDGE, TOODYAY 1936 (0.04km away)
- NEWCASTLE BRIDGE AND AVON RIVER IN FLOOD 1930 (0.04km away)
- AVON RIVER IN FLOOD, TOODYAY, 1930 (0.05km away)
- ROAD BRIDGE OVER FLOODED AVON, LOOKING TOWARDS NORTH TOODYAY 1915 (0.05km away)
- AVON RIVER IN FLOOD AND TOODYAY RAILWAY BRIDGE, 1930 (0.07km away)
- OFFICIAL OPENING OF AVON RIVER BRIDGE, TOODYAY (0.08km away)
- BOARDING HOUSE DURING FLOODS OF 1955 (0.09km away)
- TOODYAY BOARDING HOUSE; FLOODED 1955 (0.09km away)
- VIEW OF FLOOD ON STIRLING TERRACE TOODYAY FROM CONNOR'S MILL (0.15km away)
- TOODYAY HOMES FOR THE AGED (BUTTERLY COTTAGES) (0.18km away)
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