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Negative - by Bill Boyd, Bimbourie, Victoria, 1922 Image Reg. No: MM 039495

Description Of Content:
'Lunch time - at the construction of the big dam at Boyd 's block No.60 at the end of the Bimbourie West Channel. Left to right, Pop Boyd, John Boyd, Bill and Joe with his collar. The bullocks were mainly used on a single furrow Wyart Road plow, to break.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr William (Bill) Boyd
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: agricultural equipment, agricultural workers, australian native animals, bullock teams, channels, dam construction, domestic animals, eating dining, kangaroos, water supply
Themes this item is part of: Engineering Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection, Bill Boyd Photographic Collection
Primary Classification: CIVIL ENGINEERING
Secondary Classification: Dams & Water Supply
Tertiary Classification: dams
Original Caption: LUNCH TIME - AT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE BIG DAM AT BOYD'S BLOCK NO. 60 AT THE END OF THE BIMBOURIE WEST CHANNEL. LEFT TO RIGHT, POP BOYD, JOHN BOYD, BILL AND JOE WITH HIS COLLAR. THE BULLOCKS WERE MAINLY USED ON A SINGLE FURROW WYART ROAD PLOW, TO BREAK UP THE GROUND FOR THE SCRAPER AND TUMBLER SCOUP - SHOWN IN THIS PICTURE - LOADED.
People Depicted: Boyd, Pop; Boyd, John; Boyd, William (Bill)
Format: Negative: Black & White
Place & Date Depicted: Bimbourie, Victoria, Australia, 1922

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