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The Western Road single work   poetry   "The wind is blowing up the Pass,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1930... 1930 The Western Road
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  • The Road of Forty Bends is the name given by western motor-men to the span from the top of the Pass at Mount Victoria to the old toll-house near Bowenfels. The "writing on the wall" refers to a rough inscription on the rocks at the Pass recording the escape of a convict from the road-gang.

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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Mail 24 December 1930 Z1464448 1930 newspaper issue 1930 pg. 50
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