Our History | Solutions for familiar foe which plagued a colony's 'highway'

By Julian Burgess, Launceston Historical Society
August 29 2021 - 6:00am

Siltation in the upper reaches of the Tamar River had become so bad in 1886 that the Marine Board of Launceston sought urgent funds for dredging from the Tasmanian government.

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