Re: LRRSA Maribyrnong munitions visit
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It is a sad outcome for an important site. As you might remember I spent time there mapping the physical evidence and well as collecting archive material which the NAA seemed at a loss about what to do with. Few people seemed to appreciate the technical achievements made at the place which gave Australia a seat at the table when the UK developed guided missiles as we could supply extruded propellent to their specs.
There were some cordite trucks stored in a shed on site when I was surveying the area 10 years ago.
Dr Iain Stuart
P.O. Box 2397
Burwood North, 2134
Ph (02) 97010191
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From: LRRSA@groups.io <LRRSA@groups.io> On Behalf Of Phil Rickard
Sent: Sunday, 3 October 2021 9:55 PM
Subject: Re: [LRRSA] LRRSA Maribyrnong munitions visit
And, now, after all those years EFM is just acres of weeds and half-demolished buildings.