Elleker Denmark Nornalup
The railway extended west but never met …
Ross McGuinness 2nd ed. (2015), 474pp.
Available from: Denmark Museum
A history and its influence on the development of the railway, construction, sidings and life on the South Coast as it expanded west of Albany. Looks at the changes in housing, conditions people lived under, the sidings and stations along the way. Examines the construction of bridges, culverts, embankments and cuttings, and the machinery used. Some reminiscences from railway workers who built or worked on the line and people who used the trains, and recollections of a stationmaster at Denmark.
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