Governor-General visits the South Bulli Colliery    

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Entering the main tunnel on a trolley car.

Left to right: Mr. A. E. O. Sellers (mine superintendent), Captain Leggatt, A.D.C., Mr. Kelso King, Mr. I. Scobie (mine manager), Sir Frederick Waley (chairman of directors), his Excellency Lord Stonehaven.

– The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), Tuesday 5 July 1927.


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