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Mount Kembla coal mine
Site of the 1902 mine disaster
Wollongong Botanic Gardens (2.88 mi / 4.63 km)
University of Wollongong (3.18 mi / 5.12 km)
Nan Tien Temple (3.49 mi / 5.62 km)
City of Wollongong (4.56 mi / 7.34 km)
Port Kembla Steelworks (4.84 mi / 7.78 km)
Wave power generator (6.22 mi / 10.01 km)
Australia's Tallest Industrial Chimney (6.38 mi / 10.26 km)
Cordeaux Dam (7.22 mi / 11.62 km)
TRANSIENT: Airplane (7.44 mi / 11.97 km)
Cataract Dam (9.56 mi / 15.38 km)
From: sprusoViewed Mt Kembla Colliery site and note that the shot shown as Mt Kembla and being the site of the 1902 mine explosion is incorrect.The view shown is the surface coal handling facilities of the new Dendrobium Colliery located in the Kemira Valley just north of the Mt Kembla village.The Mt Kembla Colliery closed in the 1970's.Suggest the title should more correctly read Surface Coal Handling facilities Dendrobium Colliery.
Sun Jun 24 16:30:38 -0700 2007