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Melbourne's first water supply tower made of cast iron now at the MMBW Farm, Werribee.It was removed from East Melbourne where it supplied drinking water to Melbourne in the 1850s and re-erected at Cocoroc in 1892 to be used as a back-up supply in…
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A traction engine with a threshing machine to the rear, possibly photographed at the Metropolitan (Sewerage) Farm, Werribee.  There are also seven unidentified men in the picture. An original letter on the back of this postcard reads: "From Bill to…
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Children playing on the old traction engine at the MMBW farm.
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Sobye family from the Melbourne Metropolitian Board of Works farm. Mr Sobye was the first traction engine driver.
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An area known as Hangar Paddock bounded by Princes Highway, New Farm Road and Metropolitan Farm Road.
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Red brick sewerage bridge.

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