No 3 Pump Station – National Trust Property
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About this site: No 3 Pump Station is one of 25 sites on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail and now operates as a comprehensive museum of Cunderdin and the Wheatbelt. Cunderdin Museum houses one of the State’s best agricultural machinery collections and gives visitors the opportunity to ‘experience’ a quake, a reminder of the devastating earthquake that destroyed nearby Meckering in 1968.
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