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  • Men's barracks c1935-36.  Jim Cooper standing. width:900;;height:525
  • Inside Jim Cooper's room at mill barracks width:900;;height:545
  • Inside Jim Cooper's room at mill barracks width:334;;height:600
  • Inlaid veneer table made by Jim Cooper width:368;;height:600
  • Inlaid veneer table made by Jim Cooper width:395;;height:600
  • Men's barracks c1935-36 width:887;;height:600
  • Mill manager's residence c1935-36 width:900;;height:523
  • Mill manager's residence on right c1935-36 width:900;;height:558
  • c1935-36.  Looks like a school building, but not Yungaburra?  Possibly Kulara? width:897;;height:600
  • Mill workers c1935-36 (outside ablutions block?) width:897;;height:600
  • Gathering Bunya Pine cones which grew in profusion around Yungaburra.  When burst open the nuts inside could be either boiled or deep fried. width:900;;height:559
  • DH.80 Puss Moth VH-USV which began North Qld service in October 1935 and was destroyed in October 1936 at Mt Garnet.  It is therefore assumed that most of the photos in this album were taken during this time but probably before June 1936 as the plane appears to be in McDonald Air Services colours and not NQA colours used from 1 July 1936.<br />Wilce's garage in background where it was refuelled after landing on the sportsfield? width:892;;height:600
  • A game of cricket c1935-36. width:900;;height:556
  • Weekend activity.  Jim Cooper sitting cross legged. width:900;;height:519
  • Target practice at the barracks. width:900;;height:541
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  • View of mill from sportsfield.  Mt Quincan in background. width:900;;height:510
  • Mill buildings.  Plymill in foreground with veneer racks on right.  Butter box factory on left. width:900;;height:500
  • View of timber mill width:900;;height:534
  • Veneer racks sheds.  Mill barracks in background. width:900;;height:600
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  • Receiving dock width:900;;height:575
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  • Bullock team bringing logs width:900;;height:472
  • Bullock team bringing logs width:900;;height:515
  • Grader which seems to have been adapted from a crawler tractor width:900;;height:583
  • Logs arriving by truck width:900;;height:567
  • These logs could be those stored in the Railway Yard immediately opposite the Railway Station.  The turn stile looks like one which was at the bottom of Ash Street.  The house in the background looks like that which was occupied by the Fox family during the 1950's. width:900;;height:483
  • Some logs were big! width:439;;height:600
  • Jim Cooper on front mudguard? width:900;;height:541
  • Mill steam tractor width:900;;height:546
  • Footbridge over gully? width:900;;height:472
  • Entry to timber mill width:359;;height:600
  • Entry to timber mill width:368;;height:600
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  • Steam engine used for power width:319;;height:600
  • Veneer lathe width:900;;height:548
  • Veneer lathe width:900;;height:556
  • Veneer lathe width:900;;height:573
  • Much of the machinery and drive belts were below floor width:900;;height:491
  • Could be either tables immediately after the veneer came out of the lathe, or tables in the Plymill used for cutting and gluing the veneer to make 3 and 5 ply. width:900;;height:499
  • Rail line used to take veneer to drying sheds width:900;;height:509
  • Veneer drying sheds width:900;;height:525
  • Timber yard.  Across the road from the Sawmill in the Railway Yard.  Irvine Best was yard foreman. width:900;;height:566
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  • Jim Cooper behind cab width:900;;height:549
  • Racking veneer sheets in drying sheds width:900;;height:491
  • Open air drying width:900;;height:527
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  • Clipper to cut veneer to size width:900;;height:581
  • Press to compress plywood after glueing width:900;;height:489
  • Plywood ready for dispatch width:900;;height:546
  • Possibly c 1960's?  Similar view to c1935-36 photo.  Large pipes on right used for blowing sawdust from the mill to the sawdust heap. width:596;;height:600
  • New shed under construction c1960's width:572;;height:600
  • New shed under construction c1960's width:640;;height:600
  • Unknown width:889;;height:600
  • Aerial view of Yungaburra Mill believed taken mid 1960's.  Bridge over railway in lower left width:768;;height:600
  • Aerial view of Peeramon Mill believed taken mid 1960's width:792;;height:600
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