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Silverton Cemetery

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The historic Silverton cemetery gives evidence to the harsh reality of an outback mining settlement where dreams for a be<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cemetery-silverton-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

White Cliffs Opal Mine Shaft Lookout

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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A lookout provides a glimpse of the thousands of opal mine shafts covering the opal fields of White Cliffs in outback New South Wales. Only satellite and aerial images show the real extend of this moon like landscape.

White Cliffs Opal Mining Blower

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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An old opal mining blower marks the entrance of the small opal mining town White Cliffs in outback New South Wales. Blowers are used to extract dust and rocks from mining shafts to the surface.

Copi Hollow

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Copi Hollow is a man made lake for speed boats, sailing, swimming and waterskiing 13 kilometres north-west of Menindee <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/copi-hollow-menindee-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Menindee Town Centre

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Despite being located in the arid outback of New South Wales, Menindee is surrounded by large lakes fed by the Darling <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/town-centre-menindee-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

White Cliffs Solar Power Station

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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White Cliffs is home to Australias first Solar Power Station with 25kW. The power station operated in its o<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/solar-power-station-white-cliffs-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Umberumberka Reservoir

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Umberumberka Reservoir is a water supply reserve 7 kilometres north-west of Silverton. The reservoir is a small oasis along the path of Umberumberka Creek surrounded by an arid landscape.

Mundi Mundi Lookout

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Mundi Mundi lookout offers panoramic views over the arid vast landscape of the far west outback of New South W<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mundi-mundi-lookout-silverton-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Flooded Umberumberka Creek crossing

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Run-off from rain in the outback often causes flash flooding of creeks that are otherwise dry most of the year.<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/umberumberka-creek-silverton-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Silverton Municipal Chambers

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Built in the late 1880s the Silverton Municipal Council is one of the stone buildings that remained when most of the town was abandoned or relocated to Broken Hill due to the decline in mining.

Silverton Road

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The fomer silver mining town Silverton has become an outback tourist destination for art lovers and people who want<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/silverton-road-silverton-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Broken Hill Argent Street

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Broken Hill Argent Street is lined with historic buildings, cafes, restaurants, hotels and shops. In the days when<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/argent-street-broken-hill-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Broken Hill Post Office

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The Broken Hill Post Office constructed 1890-1892 with turreted roof and verandah over the footpath is one of the most remarkable historic buildings in Broken Hill.

Broken Hill Tourist Information

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Mining is still one of the major industries in the outback town of Broken Hill in New South Wales but touris<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/tourist-information-broken-hill-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Broken Hill Railway Station

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Broken Hill is one of the stops of the famous Australian Transcontinental Railway line the Indian Pacific betwee<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/railway-station-broken-hill-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>

Sunset on Line of Lode

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The Broken Earth Complex was opened in 2001 on the highest point of the Line of Lode mullock dumps towering 54 metres over Broken Hill. The site offers stunning views over the outback mining city of Broken Hill.

Broken Hill Miners Memorial

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The Miner's Memorial was erected on top of the 7.3km long Line of Lode. It is a Memorial to more than 700 Miners who have died in the Mines under the City since the mines began operation in the 1800's.

Original Broken Hill Mine

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The old Delprat Mine Shaft sunk in 1900 is the original Broken Hill mine close to the line of lode. The shaft was named after BHP general manager Delprat and is now a tourist attraction for the outback town.

Junction Mine

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Junction Mine was a smaller chloride and silver mine on the line of load in Broken Hill. The mine is a good example for smaller mines that often struggled and changed owners repeatedly due to lack of capital.

Broken Hill Council Chambers

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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Broken Hill with a population of nearly 19,000 is a significant mining town in the far west of New South Wales.<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/council-chambers-broken-hill-new-south-wales-australia">...(more)</a>