Forgotten History of Langley Vale Tramway and Sawmill

by Arthur Cooper

The Landsdowne tramway was one of the largest sawmills in NSW in the early 1900s. It started in 1898 and lasted almost 40 years.

68 pages with colour and black and white photographs.
A4 (21 x 29.7cm)
Printed 2019
Cost $25.00

History of the Manning Valley Sawmills – Book 1

Arthur Cooper

Timber getters first became interested in the Manning River catchment in about 1828 when the abundance and quality of cedar became known and, later, for the enormous resources of high quality hardwood construction timbers that are milled today.

In this set of seven books Arthur has recorded the history of some eighty sawmills.

Book One includes: Scotts Creek  and Summer Hill Sawmills  (Mitchells Island), Coopernook, Pampoolah, Redbank, Old Bar Forest and Walterston (Lansdowne) sawmills.

100 pages with photographs
21 cm x 29.5 cm
Printed 2015
Cost: $25