Looking over Karaka Creek, Thames, showing Una Hill and the Una Battery
Reference Number: 1/2-065413-F
Looking over Karaka Creek, Thames, showing Una Hill in the background, with Una tramway leading down to Una Battery. The Battery is the twin building with a brick chimney and overshot waterwheel. The dark roofed building in the right foreground is probably Scanlon's Battery. There is a tramline in the foreground.
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Looking over Karaka Creek, Thames, showing Una Hill and the Una Battery, Reference Number 1/2-065413-F (1 digitised items)
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Historical Notes: The Una was a large claim, with adits driven in both sides of Una Hill. It worked from 1868 to 1878, them continuing under other names until at least 1930. Up to the latter date, total bullion produced from the claim was about 30,000 oz. This is an early photograph. The tramline in the foreground was a contribution by the Government.(Information from back of file print)
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Pictorial Reference Service14. Thames Co. Karaka Creek. Una Battery(PFP-001623)
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