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Click the LULU link to purchase a copy of my new book, TASMANIA: Aspects of the West which contains 68 colour images, large and small. This is a photo story, with text and images, telling some history of the West Coast
of Tasmania, Australia, and also includes aspects of a train ride when the West Coast Wilderness Railway still existed, into the wild country between Regatta Point, near Strahan, and Dubbil Barril station where the train stopped for the Abt rack-and-pinion
system to be engaged. Then came the ascent to the viewing platform high above the grandeur of the King River Gorge. From Queenstown and Strahan, the photographic journey takes in isolated Corinna and the Pieman River to the Heads. Later the road journey progresses
into the Tarkine on the Western Explorer Road to Arthur River, where the scenes before the tranquility of the river of the wild Southern Ocean rolling in, were breathtaking. The next direct landfall from this place, dubbed The Edge of the World, is Argentina,
believe it or not...