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End of an era / Len Beadell
Bib ID 3119716
Format BookBook
Author
Beadell, Len, 1923-1995
 
Edition Special ed. 
Description North Adelaide (S. Aust.) : Corkwood Press, 2003, c. 1975 
183 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 
Notes

First published: Adelaide : Rigby, 1983.

Maps on lining papers.

"This is a limited edition of fifty numbered copies bound in kangaroo leather"

Library's copy is no. 8.

Subjects Roads -- Western Australia -- Gibson Desert -- Design and construction.  |  Roads -- Western Australia -- Great Sandy Desert -- Design and construction.  |  Australia, Central -- Description and travel.  |  Gunbarrel Highway (W.A.)

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