Skip to main content

Please be advised: this website contains the names, images and voices of people who are now deceased.

Collections WA has a responsibility to preserve and make accessible the history and culture of Western Australia in all its various forms. The intention of Collections WA is to support research, and to reveal actions of the past that have impacted upon communities, families, and individuals.

In doing so, Collections WA acknowledges the need to respond sensitively and appropriately in cases when accessing this material may be confronting to Aboriginal visitors and clients.

Please also note: Some historical materials within this portal may include language or opinions that today are considered inappropriate or even offensive. Collections WA does not endorse this language and apologises for any distress caused.

Continue showing cultural advice
Stop showing cultural advice

INSTALLATION OF STEAM ENGINE DISPLAY IN CONNOR'S MILL

1976
Subcollections
Overview

Black and white print of man with a spanner in right hand working installing a large engine in Toodyay's Connor's Mill.
Engine bears plaque, was moved into mill from the Industrial Extracts factory.

Historical information

Graham Jones, a former employee of Industrial Extracts arranged for the donation for display of the 250hp Brotherhood steam engine to the Toodyay Tourist Centre which was being set up on the ground floor of Connors Mill in 1975.
Graham is shown here installing the engine in the mill.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2000.60
Item type
Material
Width
19.8000 cm
Height or length
35 cm
Year
1976
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

Organisation Details
View Collection
Item Feedback