Kurrawang**? see below Firewood Co. Woodline Train at Kurrawang pulling Wagons loaded with wood. Group of men standing near Train. S.A. Premier and party.NOTE:" Locoo "Ivanhoe" an O class 2-8-0 type loco, #219 purchased from the WA Government Railways in October 1908 by the ** WA Goldfields Firewood Supply Ltd for hauling firewood trains into Kurrawang. Named IVANHOE by the company, later numbered #1 (about 1924)" - SOURCE- Mr Adrian Gunzburg, 9 Foster Ave, Glenhuntly, Vic 3163 (14/8/95)
Four prospectors A G Black, C H Stiles, H W Johnston, B A Boyd standing in front of 4 loaded camels in bushland. Men are suitably and tidily dressed for a prospecting trip - waistcoats, hats, neck-scarves, boots. "Happy
Camel train of 6 camels, afghan driver, 10 men sitting and standing on huge wagon behing camels with other men standing near. Other horse drawn wagon behind, one loaded with firewood. Sign 'Climie Eastwood & Co Chaff Corn and General Merchants' , some large iron sheds in background. Coolgardie
"Ivanhoe Lease 21". Wooden railway line for oretrucks, elevated rail line in background. Open 2 story shed of timber and corrugated iron and 3 rainwater tanks. 5 men standing by shed. Wheelbarrow loaded with timber.