Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Golden Pipeline highlights the heritage of the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme designed by the engineer CY O’Connor and opened in 1903. Eight steam pump stations pushed water from the hills east of Perth to the goldfields 560kms away. The heritage trail highlights natural and local history as well as the technical genius of the scheme.
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