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WheremEye 03 Jul 2019 21:51 #201477

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WheremEye 03 Jul 2019 21:59 #201478

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Camerons corner,or somewhere along the dog fence .

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WheremEye 03 Jul 2019 22:02 #201479

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Heading out of Birdville to the Simpson desert
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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 00:04 #201483

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Hi,

Double Tank is close enough. It is the Border Downs road just south of Hawkers Gate between south of Camerons Corner and north of Silverton. Other side of the fence is South Australia.

The fence is The Dingo or Dog fence with the 'service road' running each side of it that is illegal to drive along, so this section of about 50 km or so of track is the only section as far as I know where a driveable road follows along the fence, any other points you cross through the fence.

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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 09:10 #201485

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Roderick Smith wrote: Terry has it: The road to Ben Lomond (Tas.). That section is known as Jacob's Ladder. We had driven it 2 days earlier to go skiing, and the weather was foggy and ferocious. We skipped, and returned 2 days later. Ben Lomond is the better of Tasmania's two ski areas. Mt Field (Derwent Valley) gets less snow and has only one ski tow.
Help yourself to a Boags (Launceston beer) rather than Cascade (Hobart beer).
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My father had his LNT8000 up there a few times.... I drive past there all the time.. But to this day I've never been up there.

Yeah stick with Boags... Better than that horse piss from Hobart...
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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 15:16 #201489

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Not really sure where this is ,but I like the photo. So guess the state .


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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 19:24 #201494

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Victoria Mallee
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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 20:39 #201496

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Mairjimmy : close enough ,I think its northwestern NSW but maybe just over the border in Queensland .Random photos get sent without explanation assuming I know where the truck ( its not mine ) is .

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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 21:39 #201498

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Close enough is only 6 or 700 away maybe B) ..............
Try this one



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WheremEye 04 Jul 2019 21:56 #201500

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Taradale Viaduct on the Bendigo Railway
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