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English: Machineshop, Ipswich Railway Workshops.

Bert Roberts built railway carriages and wagons and was interested in ‘modern’ technology. The machine shop at the Ipswich Railway Workshops, with lathes driven by belts and overhead gear, was state of the art in the early 1900s.

Queensland Museum holds over 1000 of Bert Roberts' plate glass negatives and prints from the era.
Date Early 1900
Source Queensland Museum
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