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At the time the Company operated, there were settlements at Major's Line and Moormbool West.
This book gives an insight into the activities of these settlements, including social events, which the Mc Ivor Company supported.
Wherever possible, the photographs are carefully selected to illustrate all aspects of the industries, tramways, living conditions and scenery. Prices All prices are in Australian dollars and include GST.
Overseas purchasers note: the prices include Australian Goods & Services Tax (GST) which amounts to one-eleventh of the quoted price. As currency exchange rates are volatile, purchasers should check the current rate prior to purchase, to avoid surprises.
The book includes over 103 photographs, 23 maps and diagrams, references, and index.
For The development of the 'selective flotation' process during the early twentieth century, particularly at Broken Hill, brought new hope for development of the ore bodies at Captains Flat.
LRRSA publications are the results of years of research, based on field investigations; interviews; and study of written material, including official documents.
In short, it is a thoroughly researched and well-written history that will provide readers with an enhanced understanding of the working conditions and challenges of the mine and its role in sustaining the community.
Ross Mainwaring's book covers the history of Captains Flat and its mines through to 1939 in some detail, but his primary focus is on the operation of the Lake George Mine from 1939 through to its closure in 1963.
Using company records at the Noel Butlin Archives of Business & Labour at the Australian National University and extensive newspaper research, Ross has drawn together a fascinating history of the company, the men who mined and transported the ore, and the community of Captains Flat during these years.
He also carried out extensive field research, and as a result the book contains detailed maps, showing the tramway routes, the bridges, earthworks, and zig-zags.
The country was mountainous, and although the tramways were well engineered, they were steeply graded and sharply curved.
To work them three steam locomotives, Slippery Sam, Soward, and Daddy Long Legs, were used.