Barrier District No. 12 M.U.I.O.O.F. Roll of Honor

Description

 

A wooden honour roll with Silverton Tramways and Railways employees veterans names who served in WWI written in gilt in two columns. It is decorated with a crown and crossed Union Jack and Australian flags above.

The Silverton Tramway was a private railway built in 1886 to transport silver ore from Silverton to Port Pirie. The line was later extended to Broken Hill. It cost £125,000 to build and the first train reached Broken Hill on 6 September 1887.

It was officially opened on 12 January 1888 by the Duke of Manchester and closed on 9 January 1970. 

Inscription

 

Brethren Who Enlisted In The Great War, 1914-1919

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
A F Woodman World War 1 view
E Wilks World War 1 view
J M Whitburn World War 1 view
F Welburn World War 1 view
S H Watts World War 1 view
W J Thomas World War 1 view
D Taylor World War 1 view
F Stevens World War 1 view
A Stenhouse World War 1 view
R Smale World War 1 view
Address
230 Blende Street
Sulphide Street Station Railway & Historical Museum
Broken Hill NSW 2880
Recorded by
Mr Patrick Gillespie & Mr Rhys Haskard, Broken Hill City Council. Updated information by Sydney Trains
Conflict/s
World War 1

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