Recently made a visit to an historic site.
In fact they are the biggest and healthiest I have seen.
No wonder the Market Gardens did so well.
Just to show there were some Native flowers.
All that remains at the site is the beautifully constructed chimney, part of the smelter for copper ore once mined in the area. It was built around 1872 from local hewn stone and bonded with clay mortar, and stands at 16.5m. The smelter was powered by wood which was bought to the site by a timber railway some of which remains today.