Looking down the Hart shaft, Beaconsfield Gold Mine, Tasmania.; unknown; Novembe...

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Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre

Name/Title

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.

Place Made

Beaconsfield, Tasmania, Australia

Maker

unknown

Maker Role

photographer

Format

photograph, colour transparency

Date Made

November 1980

Period

20th Century

Medium and Materials

Paper, plastic, photographic emulsion

Inscription and Marks

Hand written in ink on mount: 'Shaft / spreaders / 11\80'.

Measurements

35 mm slide

Subject and Association Keywords

Beaconsfield, Tasmania

Subject and Association Keywords

Beaconsfield Gold Mine

Subject and Association Keywords

Beaconsfield Gold Mine - Hart shaft

Subject and Association Keywords

mining

Subject and Association Keywords

miners

Subject and Association Keywords

Beaconsfield Gold Mine - conveyance

Subject and Association Keywords

gold mines

Collection

BCD Resources collection

Object Type

photographs

Object number

BMHC_13807

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

 

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