Eden Pilot Station & it's Harbour Masters-Pilots

published (on YouTube: on 13 August 2020) -
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Region: Eden, New South Wales, Australia
Categories:
Pilotage in general

Found on YouTube. Created by "EdenKWM".

Created by Eden Killer Whale Museum in association with a display, 'Navigating the way' looking back at the 160 years of history of Eden's Pilot Station and its harbour masters-pilots.

'Navigating the way' was on display from 19 August 2020.

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