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Jenolan Cave Australia Chifley Cave
Australia

Jeremiah Wilson discovered the Chifley Cave in 1880, climbing down by candle light from the Madonna Chamber. In this sphere image the guide is pointing his torch at the old staircase that Wilson built in the 1880s.

The Chifley Cave was the first cave in the world to be lit with electric light, with the first electric lights installed in 1880.

The Jenolan Caves are in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Australia. It's a easy trip by train and bus from downtown Sydney or you can get there by car in about 3 hours. For details on Jenolan Caves visit www.jenolancaves.org.au

Copyright: Richard Chesher
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