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The old copper mining town of Blinman has turned to tourism for its current trade.

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  1. I love this photo, the iron work, the history :D

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  2. Look at that fabulous bedhead gate.
    I'd kill for one of those.

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  3. Letty, I didn't pick it as a bedhead but now I see that's exactly what it is.

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  4. This is the local tourist office?

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  5. That is just what I was going to ask, bedhead ... why does the variant bedstead come to mind?

    And that looks like wattle and daub ...

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