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This was in the Tuppal wool shed which had 72 stands for shearing built in a T shape in 1901. First part of the shed was constructed in 1864. One of the largest shearing outfits in the east. The building was built by hand and was in wonderful order. The shed was the site for the famous australian painting by Tom Roberts, “Shearing the Rams”. I’m grateful to the Atkinson Family and Bernard Packer for allowing me to look around.

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