Issue Details: First known date: 2010 2010
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'Anyone travelling up the Stuart Highway north of Alice Springs passes two roadhouses within the first 200 kilometres - the first at Aileron and the second at Ti Tree. Most travellers stop at one of these places, perhaps for the free coffee on offer for the driver or some fried foods from the bain-marie. Remote roadhouses enable necessary stops and often provide modern facilities for the contemporary traveller. However, most roadhouses also bear witness to earlier encounters, as they were established as supply points, post offices and pubs in settlement days.' (Abstract)

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    y Ngoonjook no. 35 2010 10275216 2010 periodical issue 2010 pg. 44-59
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