Series EC 5 - East Coast : postcard

The township of Swansea, a popular holiday resort A typical scene on the Tasman Highway The fishing fleet, Triabunna St. Johns Church at Buckland. The famous Richmond Bridge, erected 1823 Derby, a typical township on the East Coast road St Mary's, with St. Patrick's Head in the background Bridge and wharf, St. Helens Boat Harbour near St. Helens The popular Prosser River near Orford Panorama from Mt. Rumney towards Cambridge Airport The Causeway near Sorell
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East Coast : postcard


  • c1930-1950 (Creation)

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1 fold out envelope (170x110mm) 12 colour images 125x80mm

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Donated in 2020 by Murray De La Haye

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Twelve small captioned coloured fold out images in proprietary post-able envelope. From envelope - A Souvenir of Beautiful East Coast Tasmania, 12 Specially selected views in full color. Published by Nucolorvue Productions, Victoria. From inside "The East Coast, Tasmania. The tourist referes to the East Coast a the section from scottsdale in the north to Sorell in the south of the island. This route provides an immense array of natures most lavish scenery. The rich fertile valleys of Scottsdale and Derby, rugged alpine areas near Pyengana, beautiful george Bay at St. Helens are in themselves a sheer delight.
Lovely beaches, quiet lagoons, rugged granite peaks of Coles Bay and Bicheno, restful Swansea and Triabunna, vie with may other picturesque parts of this lovely coastline.
Excellent fishing, swimming, hiking and boating are easily available. Relics of the early pioneer days are readily found in many parts of the coast."

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