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Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Green Music Train to Bulli Abstract  PDF
Mark Gregory
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Vale Brian Dunnett Abstract  PDF
Mark Gregory
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Coal Blew Away Abstract  PDF
Maurie Mulheron
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Brian Dunnett and the Trains of Treasure Railway Exhibition Posters Abstract  PDF
Mark Gregory
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island A Reply to Robert Domm on North Eveleigh Abstract  PDF
Brian Dunnett
 
Vol 19 (2004): New ways of transmitting story and memory National Railway Heritage Conference  PDF
Andrew K. S. Piper
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Vale Brian Dunnett - A Railway Cultural Treasure Abstract  PDF
Roger Jowett
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Vale Brian Dunnett Abstract  PDF
Pam Hawkins, Tony Hawkins, Beverly Symons
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Tweed and Lismore Abstract  PDF
Ned McEllisot
 
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