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The Eighth Report by the Royal Commission on Victorian Outer Ports published in 1928. Folio. Red buckram with gold lettering.

The report deals with the facts that would enable a port to be established either at Crib Point or Long Island on the western shore of Westernport Bay. A detailed analysis of the factors such as railway transport, road transport, potential users and the security for shipping. Contains a detailed map of Westernport Bay, a detailed chart of Long Island and Crib Point and a foldout map of the Eastern part of Victoria.

The personalised copy of the Chairman of the Royal Commission, George Frederick Holden.

WESTERNPORT BAY ... ROYAL COMMISSION ON VICTORIAN OUTER PORTS.

AU$155.00Price
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