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TR 00020 "Nullarbor Lifeline: Tea and Sugar Train - 1912 - 1996" by Kay Merry, History Matters, Vol 13 Number 1 February 2003  

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Sign at 8 Mile on old Stuart Highway "Join Australian Roughriders - Ride the Stuart Highway" c.1979

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Article "A New Era Opens"  from the South Australian Magazine (SAM) April 1987 re the opening of the new sealed Stuart Highway TR 00017

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Article "Experiencing the Sturt Highway" by Ray Schilling, Country Superintendent for St John's Ambulance re. a trip taken in May 1980 from Adelaide to Alice Springs and return, in wet conditions, the Stuart Highway at that time being most unsealed. Mentions; Glen Woods (Adelaide), Norm Lockhart (Co driver), Bill McDougall (Coober Pedy), Greg Oakley (Marla), Brian Males (Alice Springs) TR 00016

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Jacob Santing's supply trucks 1930 From the book "E.O.Hoppe's Australia" by Graham Howe and Erika Esau. Caption; Fig 26. E.O.Hoppe 'The Supply Trucks, Coober Pedy 1930' (E.O. Hoppe second from left)

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'A Knight of the Road,' photo by Yolanda Szuk, Post 2/1/86

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'On the Move,' BP commercial 1992, filmed at Manguri 1987, 'Advert May be Richest filmed in SA,' The News 29/7/88

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TR 00013 "IT'S HERE BITUMEN FROM ADELAIDE TO COOBER PEDY" Community invitation to celebrate Stuart Highway progress with the Minister for Transport, Wednesday 27th November 1985

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TR 00012 Doug Whalan was a road train driver, mainly in the NT, in the 1950's.  He worked at the Opal Inn in Coober Pedy when he retired from driving. Article by John Maynard 'Glory Days,' from Truckin' Life

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