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ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

To help support the running costs of the museum, the society has a variety of books, videos and souvenirs for sale.  

Books consist of:

  • The Old Brown Coal Mine
  • The Story Behind the Old Brown Coal Mine Museum
  • Yallourn North State School
  • Purvis for Survis
  • Yallourn Was
  • Jaberanda & Co
  • Digging People Up for Coal (Nil stock)
  • Across the Old Bush Track
  • Yallourn Power Station
  • A History of Loy Yang Mine
  • Steampower to Horsepower 
  • Morwell Mirboo Rail Line
  • Gippsland revisited (Nil stock)
  • A Gippsland Fairy Story
  • Welcome to Little Europe: Displaced Persons and the North Camp
  • Planning Power by David Longmore 

Videos consist of:

  • The Yallourn Power Station 1921 - 1999

DVDs

  • The Yallourn Power Station 1921 - 1999  A three segment DVD


Suggested reading by Alec Bacon

"Remembering John" A story about the life of John Leckey (Limited stock)

"I Can Remember"  A story of growing up in the Latrobe Valley, attending the Yallourn Technical school,  moving to Cooma, life on the Monaro, working on the Snowy Scheme and having a farm on the South Coast of NSW near Merimbula.  $40.00 plus postage.

"Journeys" A story about travel in overseas countries and Australia. $30.00 plus postage    

Available direct from Alec Bacon   Email contact alenel@bigpond.com

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