Looking down the Hart shaft, Beaconsfield Gold Mine, Tasmania.; unknown; Novembe...
Looking down the Hart shaft, Beaconsfield Gold Mine, Tasmania.About this object
Photo of the Hart shaft at the Beaconsfield Gold Mine, Tasmania, looking down from the surface. Three miners are suspended in the shaft on a rectangular work platform to the left of a series of steel spreaders. The wall of the new concrete collar is visible around the shaft. There is an enclosed ladder way on the right.
photograph, colour transparencyDate Made
20th CenturyMedium and Materials
Paper, plastic, photographic emulsionInscription and Marks
Hand written in ink on mount: 'Shaft / spreaders / 11\80'.Measurements
35 mm slideSubject and Association Keywords
BCD Resources collectionObject Type
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