ISBN 0 9590393 3 3
This book gives a chronological record of events during the building of the Great Western Highway from 1857- 1877. It tells the story of how the people of the West reacted to some of the Governments unpopular decisions - but also tells the story of how the railway contractors and their navvies had to battle against bureaucracy and the great force of nature.
The book gives names of railway stations along the line with their opening and (often) closing dates. Indexed. Available for purchase $15 plus postage.
This book is listed here because it may be of interest to those who are researching people associated with the Bathurst district.
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