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1081087 PLAN 2287 T CLASS, EX SOUTH AUST RAIL, 4-8-0, Firebox [microfilmed on 2 frames]
NCD 550-2 Derrick family-Kathleen Sarah Jane, Essie & James Joseph Patrick Sherman ( see also NDC 168 re Cath Derrick)
Photograph – Mail Coach in difficulty in Branxholm Lane on way to Scottsdale
Photograph – Passenger train crossing Apsley railway bridge
Survey Diagrams Towns A1 – Diagrams 1-100
Photograph – glass lantern slide – Hobart – Albion Hotel, Elizabeth Street – "Royal Mail" – coach and passengers "leaving for Launceston"
Map – A/12 Apsley – suburbs of the township of Apsley, Black Marsh Rd, River Jordan, Esplanade, Edward St, Bisdee St, landholder Edward Bisdee, surveyor H Bennison (field book no 1016)
Register – A to L
Photograph – Miss A. [Ada Frances] Butler, Tasmanian Exhibition, 1894-5, Season Ticket Holder – Macquarie St.
Photograph – Coach for Launceston, leaving Albion Hotel [see better versions of image at See other versions at PH40/1/187 and NS2511/1/349]
Deed Memorials Book 3/9601 – 3/9800
Photograph – Cairn at Summit of Mount Barrow – Northern Tas Camera Club 8 members – C A Hart photo? [see also copy at LPIC158/1/63] – Glass plate positive image
Register of hours worked
Conduct registers for female convicts – surnames beginning with H – L
Alphabetical register of prisoners admitted
Map – Hobart 154 – Plan of Hobart showing Glenorchy, Springfield, Goodwood, New Town, Lenah Valley, Hobart, West Hobart, North Hobart, Domain, South Hobart, Sandy Bay and Lower Sandy Bay
Rodney 12 Feb 1853, Oriental Queen 19 Feb 1853, Saint Vincent 26 Feb 1853
Photograph – Mt Wellington – Huon Road – shows coach and horses and passengers – c1900s
Map – A/11 – plan shewing alterations in the Bothwell Rd thro the township of Apsley as proposed by the Bothwell Road Trust, Lochner St, Archer St, Elliston St, Leake St, River Jordan, various landholders, surveyor A M Dorall

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