--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, "mcsawdust" <mike.mccarthy@...> wrote:
The mill was known to locals in the late '70's when we purchaced the
property. You are right about the agricultural college reserve - all
the properties in the area had been held on lease for a number of
years against the college being built. I never knew about the inclines.
It is about 15 years since we owned the property, and 18 months since
I visited it last. I can't remember the name of the gentleman who owns
it now but he is quite approachable, and were you to knock on his
door, I'm sure you would have no problems in inspecting the route.
Some of the larger cuttings were on the back portion of the property,
and as such were on the northern log tramway. We sold that seperately
to a neibouring farmer, and I have no idea what his attitude to you
looking over the property might be. However the fellow mentioned above
seems to know pretty well everyone, as he works really hard on
landcare activities. He would advise you how best to approach them.