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Railway stations in the outback, as the Padre describes, are a hub of social activity when the trains pull in. Residents depart and return, goods are loaded and unloaded, and newcomers arrive to be initiated into bush life.
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yCamel PadsR. B. Plowman,
Sydney:Angus and Robertson,1933Z10178701933selected work autobiography prose Sydney:Angus and Robertson,1935