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Okes-Durack Oil Bore Site

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (1 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (2 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (3 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

Notice the huge stack of firewood in the next few photographs, needed to power the steam engine.

Either the boiler itself, or the boiler stack is reputed to have been used as a culvert under the road in to Waterloo station.

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (3 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (4 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (4 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (5 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (5 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (6 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

1921 - Okes Durack Oil Bore Site (6 of 6) courtesy of the State Library of NSW (SLNSW) Toothill Collection

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