Event Description
Many of the interesting engineering feats from our past such as the buildings of railway lines, the creation of reservoirs, the draining of swamps still impact our lives today. This is a study of our engineering past.

Presented by Heather Arnold - Local History Librarian
When
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Thursday 13th May 2021
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Contact
1800 577 548
Where
This is an online event! Please attend using your internet connected computer or mobile. The event's URL will be delivered to your email inbox before commencement.
Bookings
Please log in with your library credentials to reserve your place at this event. You may also book by phone or at your nearest library.
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