Railways -- Tasmania

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Frederick Maitland Innes Collection

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC J6
  • Collection
  • 1856-1874

Collection consists of official printed Gazette notices and Parliamentary Papers relating to the Launceston & Western Railway1856-1868 and Main Line Railway 1873 -1874 , correspondence and news cuttings collected by Frederick Maitland Innes.

Frederick Maitland Innes

Launceston & Western Railway

Volume of official printed Gazette notices and Parliamentary Papers relating to the Launceston & Western Railway. At back 15 pages of manuscript notes on control of railway contracts and payments.

Frederick Maitland Innes

Main Line Railway

Parliamentary Papers together with correspondence (manuscript copies) and news cuttings. Front of volume consists of Statistical Returns of Tasmania 1873.

Frederick Maitland Innes

Railway carriage at Deloraine

Colour photograph of red painted railway carriage hooked up behind wagon laden with cut and split timber in a railway siding at Deloraine. Two men standing beside the carriage (with DB10 painted on the side), one man wearing hat, studying a viewfi...

Hal Wyatt

Ronald Campbell Smith Collection

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC DX4
  • Collection
  • 1915-1973

Collection consists of papers and photographs relating to Ronald Campbell Smith.

Ronald Campbell Smith

State General Election

Advertising, press cuttings, pamphlets, draft speeches, some correspondence, details of expenditure on education, public works, etc. and analysis of votes cast, Denison Division. Also includes Report on Tasmanian Government Railways, by Herbert H....

Robert Cosgrove

W. Morrow, A.R.U.

File of press cuttings relating to expulsion of W. Morrow, Secretary of Australian Railways Union from Labor Party, and notes prepared for Premier, A.G. Ogilvie. Dated 1938-1939

Robert Cosgrove