Tea and sugar train book

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tea and sugar train book

Tea and Sugar Christmas: Jane Jolly, mr Robert Ingpen: saltysoulsurfcamp.com: Books

Since you have finished reading , would you like to leave a review, letting us and anyone else know what you think of this book? Get information about new releases for these contributors straight to your inbox. Your alerts can be managed through your account. Four more days until the Christmas train. Please, please be on time. Join Kathleen in the outback as she eagerly awaits the Christmas Tea and Sugar train.
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Tea & Sugar Train Exhibition Documentary

The Tea and Sugar train only came once a week on a Thursday. But the special Christmas train only came once a year. Today was Sunday. Four more days without sugar. Four more days until the Christmas train. Please, please be on time. Please don't.

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Sugag was Sunday. Since the family where out of town they only got supplies from a train once every week and they had to stock up on supplies. More Details None of your libraries hold this item.

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The fun begins. Bankstown Campus Library. Did you know that for 81 years from until a train travelled from Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta delivering provisions to the workers and their families that lived in the settlements along the train line? Parramatta City Council. State Library of NSW.

Did you know that for 81 years from until a train travelled from Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta delivering provisions to the workers and their families that lived in the settlements along the train line? These workers — fellers, maintenance workers, and gangers, who were in charge of a group of labourers — lived in basic railway camps along the railway line and it was their job to maintain the line across the Nullabor Plain. The train, known as the Tea and Sugar train, delivered provisions, services, and a link to the world beyond these tiny settlements. The arrival of the train was the biggest event around and children and adults alike would watch out for the train coming. Which brings us to our story:.

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Sale Community Library. None of your libraries hold this item. Thanks for supporting an Australian owned and operated business. He distributed gifts to all the children on the way, those in isolated communiti.

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