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Images of Tasmania as collected by Colin Dennison : University of Tasmania Library Special & Rare Collections Australia With digital objects
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Salmon Ponds at Plenty

Photograph showing the first hatchery building built in 1870 at the Salmon Ponds at Plenty surrounded by landscaped grounds filled with exotic trees.

Cranes repairing Tasman Bridge

Colour photograph shows cranes atop pylons at the site of repair work to Tasman Bridge, damaged by the crash of the ore carrier Lake Illawarra in January 1975; missing pylons being replaced.

Former Coffee Palace, doctor’s surgery and hotel at Bothwell

Colour photograph of former coffee palace, hotel and doctor’s surgery at 90 Dalrymple Street Bothwell. Citation on National heritage register: “A two storey brick and stucco Georgian building with a stone rear section, licensed as the Young Queen from 1851-1877 when the name was changed to Maskell's Hotel. The building appears in a book on Colonial architecture by Hardy Wilson with a crinolined lady at the doorway with luggage and bird cage. The building is an important townscape element.”

Waterfall at Pine Tree Creek

Colour photograph shows waterfall flowing across rock face in Central Highlands, with pencil pines surrounding rock pool

Arthur Knight

Carvings on Ross Bridge archway

Colour photograph shows the sandstone relief carving in the keystone and other carvings in the voussoir stones of an arch of the Ross Bridge across the Macquarie River

Arthur Knight

Ross Bridge

Colour photograph shows the arches of the sandstone bridge at Ross that leads across the Macquarie River

Arthur Knight

Mud walls at Jericho

Colour photograph shows ruins of former probation station and convict labour accommodation at Jericho, built with rammed mud walls

Arthur Knight

Rails in the forest

Colour photograph shows rusted International Harvester locomotive on disused rails covered with bracken in a semi-cleared area of land

Bushwalker near Mount Lord

Colour photograph shows man in red and black check bush shirt standing in bush on Mount Lord, looking west. Man is standing amid tall specimens of Pandani, Richea pandanifolia

Hut at Twilight Tarn

Colour photograph shows the rusting red roofing iron on hut visible above trees on the edge of Twilight Tarn

Snow skier plays trick on camera

Colour photograph shows the tracks of a snow skier, dressed in dark clothing, going around both sides of a tree on a snow-covered, lightly wooded hill

Signs at entrance to Mount Field National Park

Colour photograph shows signs posted at entrance of Mount Field National Park, with distances and estimated travel times to Lake Dobson (9 1/4 miles), Lake Fenton (7 1/4 miles), Lady Barron Falls (1 1/2 mile), Camping Ground (250 yds), Rangers Cottage (150 Yds), Russell Falls 1/2 MILE 10 MIN, Lady Barron Falls Round Trip 3 1/2 MILES 1H 45 MIN

Vehicle on road at National Park

Colour photograph shows two-tone green vehicle with driver's fingers visible on steering wheel, on the unsealed road at National Park, with snow covering the higher ground. Tasmanian number plate reads WLA 189 - 19 TAS 56.

Mt Solitary and Lake Pedder

Colour photograph taken from elevated mountain ridge, shows valley floor looking west to Mount Solitary and original shoreline of Lake Pedder

Low sun on Macquarie Plains

An aerial colour photograph shows distinctive shelter belts around cultivated hop fields alongside River Derwent at Bushy Park, Glenora and Macquarie Plains. Long shadows being cast from the low sun to the west

Logs from the Florentine Valley

Colour photograph shows a crane being used to load logs on a semi-trailer in the Florentine Valley. Inscription on driver's door reads L.J. Reynolds, HAULAGE CONTRACTOR, Maydena, Phone 217. Visible at lower left of image are people in street or travelling clothes on an outing to view timber workers in the bush

Bark peels off log being loaded onto semi-trailer

Colour photograph shows a timber work cast in shadow as a log is lifted by a crane being used to load up a semi-trailer to carry logs from the Florentine Valley. Inscription on driver's door reads L.J. Reynolds, HAULAGE CONTRACTOR, Maydena, Phone 217

View of the Lawrence Valley

Colour photograph shows man standing on a ridge on Mount Lord, looking across the Lawrence valley, where the Lawrence Rivulet flows. Man is standing amid tall specimens of Pandani, Richea pandanifolia.

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