The Charles Robbins
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... steam excursions on the main line, but recently removed the switch that makes the connections between the two. With such a short run the crew at Don River are concerned that their operation is doomed to obscurity. So many big steam locos and no where to run.
After our train adventure we headed downtown to have a look around. Devonport is the major ocean terminal for Tasmania. ...
... with luxury! They are doing the park up. We wonder what it will be like the next time we get to Tassie and how much it will cost! We had a drive around Low Head, around to the Pilot museum area. Had some fish and chips and enjoyed the view looking out over the water. The Pilot houses had some interesting history, about safely guiding vessels in through the heads for many years. ...
... some restorations. Came across four ladies who were sewing ladies prisoners bonnets. This is the project that Helen had told us about when we were at their place on New Years Day. There are 25,266 bonnets being hand made in memory of the ladies shipped to Australia. There is an interesting article you can read http://www.think-tasmania.com/convict-b onnets-blessing-christina-henri/
After our walking we were so cold and shivery we headed back to Vincent. ...
... products which include all types of ornaments including beautiful Christmas tree decorations, bowls, glasses, vases, chandeliers and many more items. Burano is known for its hand made lace and fabrics. There were many samples of tableclothes, scarves and items of clothing created by the local community. Burano is also popular for their brightly coloured houses. Torcello is a small town off the main canal and now only the historic remnants of the Church of S. ...
... a river; there were plenty of Wallabys and Tasmanian Devils at dawn and cattle at the other side of the river. In addition to that there was Stephen. Stephen the farmer who works in the mines. He went down to us on his motor bike about half an hour after we pitched up our tents. He started chatting to us, had a couple of beers and invited us over to spend the next evening with him in his house. Our plan for the next day was a day hike around the Dove ...