Morning, Port Arthur

Morning, Port Arthur


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Oil on Canvas 152 x 152


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In the early Tasmanian colony the government built a convict pushed railway to push passengers from South of Port Arthur to the gaol when rough weather made it impossible to sail closer. At times the convicts pushed the carriage faster than necessary and the passengers were tipped out. Afterwards they found their pockets mysteriously empty.  This is the arrival of “the toffs” at Port Arthur.


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