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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Shearing shed at Shear Outback

Travel Photography - Architecture

By Darren Stones

As a tourist attraction, Shear Outback at Hay ranks quite highly in my book. Located on the Long Paddock touring route in outback New South Wales, the shearing shed was originally situated on a property at Murray Downs, NSW. It was a working shed until operations ceased at Murray Downs in 1998. The shed's frame consists of River Red Gum and Oregon and is clad with corrugated iron. The shed was relocated to Shear Outback for display purposes, and is a terrific place for travel photographers to work on their craft.

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Shearing shed at Shear Outback by Darren Stones

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