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      History of the Fernleigh Track - Ed Tonks in Byron Bay

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      August 31, 2019

      Saturday   1:00 PM

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      History of the Fernleigh Track - Ed Tonks

      Focusing on the railway and mining history over the time the 15 km long Fernleigh Track was a rail line, this illustrated talk will add much to your experience when you next cycle or walk the Fernleigh Track - one of Lake Macquarie and Newcastle's historical and recreational gems. Ed Tonks is a retired Social Sciences teacher. For more than 40 years he has been actively teaching, researching and promoting aspects of the Hunter’s history. During 2013-2014 he worked on the historical content for much of the Fernleigh Track interpretive signage. A History Illuminated 2019 session. Presented by Lake Mac Libraries in partnership with Hunter Writers Centre. Book sales provided by Dymocks, Charlestown. Gold coin entry at the venue.

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