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Bonzle users have contributed 84 pictures of Cloncurry covering the years from 1900 to 2011:
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|1 - Taylor family and railway officials at Fort Constantine Station, Queensland, 1911 (Contributed by: QldPics)|
Group photograph of the Commissioner, Chief Engineer, and the Taylor Family at Fort Constantine Station. This shot was taken in November, 1911, during the Commissioner's inspection of country from Cloncurry to King's Hole in connection with a proposed rail line from Cloncurry to Mt. Cuthbert. The Commissioner was also inspecting the route of the Great Western Railway from Winton to the Diamantina River. The Commissioner and another man, possibly the Chief Engineer, are both wearing white pith helmets. The commissioner is seated on a folding chair.
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