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Transporting metal ingots at Port Pirie (PRG-280-1-27-202)

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Transporting metal ingots at Port Pirie (PRG-280-1-27-202)

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A small steam locomotive being used to transport metal ingots at the Port Pirie smelting plant, South Australia. The locomotive is a small Hudswell Clarke product built in Leeds, England, in 1902 (serial number 628), latterly the Wallaroo & Moonta Mining & Smelting Company's number 10). The smelter's Welsh style rectangular chimney is still standing. [from information provided].

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1923
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State Library of South Australia PRG 280/1/27/202
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