This is a new re-print from Adventurer Maps. Originally printed in 1963, it has been re-edited and slightly updated. This book tells how the alluvial workings of Stringer’s Creek in the remote mountains of Gippsland, Victoria, grew into the busy mining town of Walhalla in the late nineteenth century. Gold towns have become ghost towns in many corners of Australia, but none of them has the romantic attraction of Walhalla. Mr Paull’s vivid picture makes it live again. It contains 112 pages in B & W. Its available perfect bound soft cover or hard cover (limited edition, individually numbered and signed out of 200).
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