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Images Dated 2019 November

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The wreck of the Maheno once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief Featured November Image

The wreck of the Maheno once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief

The wreck of the Maheno once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief in June 1935. The wreck was used for bombing practice during World War II. Maheno Beach is part of Seventy-Five Mile Beach. Great Sandy National Park, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

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Bloody Bridge in Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area built by convicts in Featured November Image

Bloody Bridge in Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area built by convicts in

Bloody Bridge in Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area built by convicts in the mid 1830s. Legend has it that a vicious work gang overseer was murdered by convicts and his body walled up in the stonework but oozing blood revealed the crime. However, the story remains just a legend. Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, Australia

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Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of the island Featured November Image

Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of the island

Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of the island. Protected by a reef just off the Lone Pine Headland the bay is the island's safest swimming area. Once called Turtle Bay it was possibly renamed after a young Emily who died there between May 1803 and June 1804. Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, Australia

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