Re: Gairloch Mill


Yes thanks John, I originally got the lead from Trove, and ran into a blank wall of no information.

I assume that the Gairloch mill no longer exists?





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That’s correct. Appropriate searches in Trove will get you more material on this.



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Re: Sugar mill modelling




Re: Sugar mill modelling
From: PH
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2019 21:32:18 PDT



Have any of you chaps heard of Gairloch sugar mill?

Apparently there was an aerial ropeway supplied by Bleichert used to cross the river with cane before the bridge was built. It was erected across the Herbert River in 1883.



Philip Hammon

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Katoomba 2780



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