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NEWCASTLE BRIDGE OVER AVON RIVER, TOODYAY 1900

1900
Overview

Black and white photograph of seven men.
Seven men stand at the mouth of early road bridge crossing the Avon River. Possibly West end of bridge.
L-R: Joseph Ablett Wroth, Thomas Binning (Policeman). William Amed Demasson, Robert Minson, Tommy Woods, Charles Lloyd, M.R. Adreiy.

Historical information

The builder of bridge (MR Adreiy) is on the right with his left hand on bridge rail.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-1999.14
Item type
Material
Width
25 cm
Height or length
16.5000 cm
Contextual Information

William Amed Demasson died 14/5/1924 age 71 years.
Thomas Binning was stationed in Newcastle between 12/8/1900 and 25/11/1901.

Year
1900
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

Organisation Details
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