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Traveller’s Rest Inn established at Little River
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/4.jpg

Ruins of the Mt.Rothwell Hotel, Little River.
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/91.jpg

The Rothwell Bridge was built on what was called the "Glue Pot Road".
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/387.jpg

The bridge was built in 1866. It is known as the Perfect Arch by civil engineers.
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/29.jpg

Workmen at the Little River Station. Goods train at the side. Archie Boadle on tricycle and Tom McLean with white shirt, standing on railway line.
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/125.jpg

Little River goods shed is classified by the National Trust.
In the 1800s, convicts were housed under the station.
History Project - Map - Little River.jpg

A residential and farming community on the western boundary of the Wyndham Shire
http://web02.wyndham.vic.gov.au:80/hipres/images/local_history/64.jpg

Aerial photography of Little River, Victoria.

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