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205-3651 viewsKoodaideri, track leading up to the underground drive, about 500 metres before the drive was a big warning sign about radio active substances.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3540 viewsKoodaideri, area around this underground drive, drive location is 22 31'48.36" S 118 59'58.08" E.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3435 viewsKoodaideri, area around the underground drive.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3342 viewsKoodaideri, area around this underground drive, drive location is 22 31'48.36" S 118 59'58.08" E.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3245 viewsKoodaideri, drive cut into side, early exploration, drive dug by Umberto, former Hancock employee and worker and caretaker at the Wittenoom mine sites.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3145 viewsKoodaideri, drive cut into side, early exploration, drive dug by Umberto, former Hancock employee and worker and caretaker at the Wittenoom mine sites, drive location is 22 31'48.36" S 118 59'58.08" E.Aug 24, 2014
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205-3040 viewsKoodaideri, survey mark or trig point, looking east with Fortescue valley on the left, Rio wants to mine in this area, and have been playing around here for many years.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2941 viewsKoodaideri, 130 plus km from the Rio mainline, within 10 km of the BHP mainline, go figure.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2841 viewsKoodaideri, saddle back track looking down on the Fortescue valley north.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2739 viewsYampire Gorge, asbestos sign, Pope Searle get some fibre.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2646 viewsYampire Gorge, asbestos sign, Pope Searle get some fibre.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2544 viewsDrillers Ridge, Wittenoom, the DME (Distance Measuring Equipment) tower (located at 957 metres) was a navigation aid for the Department of Civil Aviation for the Wittenoom airport, the site was also used by Telecom for providing 'radio links' for phones into Wittenoom prior to the current tower located at the eastern edge of town which links back to Auski Roadhouse.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2446 viewsDrillers Ridge, Wittenoom, the DME (Distance Measuring Equipment) tower (located at 957 metres) was a navigation aid for the Department of Civil Aviation for the Wittenoom airport, the site was also used by Telecom for providing 'radio links' for phones into Wittenoom prior to the current tower located at the eastern edge of town which links back to Auski Roadhouse.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2350 viewsDrillers Ridge, Wittenoom, the DME (Distance Measuring Equipment) tower (located at 957 metres) was a navigation aid for the Department of Civil Aviation for the Wittenoom airport, the site was also used by Telecom for providing 'radio links' for phones into Wittenoom prior to the current tower located at the eastern edge of town which links back to Auski Roadhouse.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2243 viewsWittenoom, upper reaches of Bee Gorge, landscape views.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2141 viewsWittenoom, upper reaches of Bee Gorge, landscape views.Aug 24, 2014
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205-2080 viewsWittenoom, upper reaches of Bee Gorge, landscape views.Aug 24, 2014
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205-1981 viewsWittenoom, upper reaches of Bee Gorge, landscape views.Aug 24, 2014
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205-1869 viewsWittenoom, top of Bee Gorge, Pope decided it was time for bacon and egg sangos, looking south, location is 22 17'46.38" S 118 15'50.08" E, 688 metres.Aug 24, 2014
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205-1776 viewsWittenoom, top of Bee Gorge, Pope decided it was time for bacon and egg sangos, location is 22 17'46.38" S 118 15'50.08" E, 688 metres.Aug 24, 2014
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