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Clyde
Ophir a a
Matakanui    
Becks    
St Bathans a a a
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Clyde township 1860

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Clyde Township c1860s

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Clyde township showing Miner's Track down to the Molyneux (Clutha) River, 1870.

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Opening of the first Clyde bridge, 1876.

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Hamilton and Clare General Blackship's, Clyde, c 1900.

Nat hamilton (Second right) and Jack Clare (second left, in front (?))

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Port Philip Hotel, J. Nash (Prop.), Clyde, c 1900.

Site of the Commercial Hotel and Dunstan Hotel.

Bicycles outside the hotel.

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Clyde bridge dredge building, c 1900.

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Sunderland Street, Clyde 1905

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Court house, Clyde 1905

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Clyde c1905

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General view of Clyde c1905

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The modernised frontage of the Bank or New Zealand, Clyde, stands four square beside a deteriorating old-style store.

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Clyde School and children, 1929.

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Irrigation race, Clyde

This race is still functioning as is found on the right hand side of Springvale Road, about one kilometer from Clyde.

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Pitches Store and Hotel, Blacks (Ophir), c 1870s

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Footbridge, Ophir, c 1905

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Footbridge, Ophir, c 1905

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Footbridge, Ophir, c 1905

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Shamrock Hotel, Ophir

Donald McCrae (back left) holding daugher Margaret (later Mrs Drake)

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Ophir, 22/11/1909

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Blacks Hotel, Ophir, c 1910. (Proprietor I.W.McIntosh)

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Traffic Bridge, Ophir, c1920

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McTavish'sHut, Ophir. Built in 1860s and rebuilt in 1980s.

Jan Stewart and Tony Roche as Mr & Mrs Conroy in 1996

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Sluicing at Undaunted Claim, Matakanui (Drybread)

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Matakanui Store, Hotel, Billiard Room and Butcher's Shop. c 1910

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White Horse Hotel, Becks, c 1890

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White Horse Hotel, Becks, c 1890

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Pyle's Store, St Bathans, 1880

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Scandanavian Sluicing Claim, St Bathans, 1881

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St Bathans, c 1900

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St Bathans c 1900

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Ballarat Hotel (Prop. R.J. McClintock)

Now the Vulcan Hotel, renamed 1920-21

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Vulcan Hotel (Prop. Thurlow's)

The original hotel burned down 1920-21

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