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Mining and Industry around Australia Gallery

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Choose from 226 pictures in our Mining and Industry around Australia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Detail of the corrugated iron wall of a miner's cottage in ghost town Featured Mining and Industry around Australia Print

Detail of the corrugated iron wall of a miner's cottage in ghost town

Detail of the corrugated iron wall of a miner's cottage in ghost town. Gwalia was a gold-mining town. Underground mining began in 1897 at the Sons of Gwalia mine that became the largest and deepest in Australia. The mine closed in 1963 and the population disappeared almost overnight. Gwalia, near Leonora, Goldfields region, Great Victorian Desert, Western Australia

Burra Model School that opened in 1878 Featured Mining and Industry around Australia Print

Burra Model School that opened in 1878

Burra Model School that opened in 1878, now part of Burra Ommunity School. The town of Burra began as a single company mining township after copper was found in 1845. Today it is a popular tourist destination and one of the best-preserved towns of the Victorian era in Australia.
Burra, mid north South Australia, Australia

Morphett's Engine House Museum 1876 on the left and Morphett's winding Featured Mining and Industry around Australia Print

Morphett's Engine House Museum 1876 on the left and Morphett's winding

Morphett's Engine House Museum 1876 on the left and Morphett's winding house 1861 on the right. two of the buildings in the Burra Mines Historic Site encompassing the site and remnant structures of the original copper mine that earned its name Monster Mine by producing about 50 thousand tonnes of copper from 1845 to 1877. Burra, mid north South Australia, Australia