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  • Reids Tramline walk

    Reids tramline was used into the early 20th century to transport cut lumber from its source to Powelltown for final milling, It is a now a pleasant 3km or so walk to the site of the original sawmill.







    All that remains on the original sawmill site

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    Looks very dense now humans aren't stuffing it up. There are similar places in our southwest where they used to harvest Jarrah trees, but have now put in place a program which will stop logging of our forests by 2024. They will put in softwood estates to save the industry and jobs.
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      G'day mate

      Beautiful, peaceful scenery - and brings memories from similar places in years gone by
      ps- them there teeth on that saw blade look pretty ferocious!

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