C1885

The Visit of H.E. Sir H.Brougham Loch, K.C.B. (Governor of Victoria, Australia), to the Buffalo Ranges.

A hospice was built at Mount Saint Bernard around 1863 along a track developed to link the Victorian gold fields. Snowshoes were developed locally to assist winter travellers and a larger hospice built around 1884. Insets views clockwise from top … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Visit of H.E. Sir H.Brougham Loch, K.C.B. (Governor of Victoria, Australia), to the Buffalo Ranges.

Date:

C1885

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

225mm 
x 295mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Visit of H.E. Sir H.Brougham Loch, K.C.B. (Governor of Victoria, Australia), to the Buffalo Ranges. - Antique Print from 1885

Genuine antique
dated:

1885

Description:

A hospice was built at Mount Saint Bernard around 1863 along a track developed to link the Victorian gold fields. Snowshoes were developed locally to assist winter travellers and a larger hospice built around 1884.

Insets views clockwise from top left 1. The Old Hospice, Mount
St.Bernard 2. Preparing for the road 3. The baggage wagon 4. His
Excellency Receiving Despatches 5. A Mountain Track 6. Choosing Horses
7. Snow Shoes 8. Admiring the View 9. A Trip to Feathertop Mountain 10.The Hospice, Mount St.Bernard

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