Wahgunyah Paddle Steamer - Twisted History | Limelight Tours
On this day …….. 14th of April 1866 The Wahgunyah paddle steamer was built for John Foord specifically for the river trade along the Murray’s upper reaches between Echuca and Albury. The boat was 70ft long, with timber planking over an iron frame. Durable red gum was used for the bottom, and oregon for the […]
the Holden museum, Echuca, VIC Australia. a must see for any motor enthusiast; or like me, anyone who doesn't know the slightest about cars (other than how to drive one). The museum provides a lot of history on the cars you, your parents and grandparents once may have driven.
Echuca: A History
Description Customer Review Description Media: BOOK - paperback, 360 pages Author: S. Priestley Year: 2003 ISBN: 9781740971409 Other: b&w photos, maps, index Publisher: Australian Scholarly Publishing The first edition of 'Echuca' (1905) was produced to mark the municipal transition of the Borough into a City. This extended, fully revised and completely reset edition takes the story to the end of 1994, when Echuca was incorporated into the Shire of Campasie, remaining its municipal centre…