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Inneston Historic Town
Yorke Peninsula

In the early 1900s gypsum was mined at Inneston and transported along a railway line to Stenhouse Bay. The remains of 12 houses and some restored buildings can be viewed along good walking paths with interpretative signs.

Copyright: Klaus Mayer
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Uploaded: 06/12/2009
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Tags: inneston; national park; historic town; south australia; yorke peninsula; mining town
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