Tasmania's West Coast is renowned for its beautiful scenery and remoteness. During the mining boom of the late 1800s, many West Coast towns appeared, sprouting numerous businesses and the need for transport links to the South and North of Tasmania.
This book is the second in the series of short stories from the West Coast of Tasmania. There are over 40 short stories accompanied by 500 photos from the extensive collection of author L J Morley which paint an intriguing look into life in the burgeoning towns. The local shops, the pubs and hotels, the local characters, the mining industry, road and rail transport and events that shaped the West Coast are all covered here.
Author: L J Morley
Book Size: W 211mm x H 297mm x D 22mm
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