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Coonabarabran Memorial Clock Tower

The Coonabarabran Memorial Clock Tower would be familiar to any traveller along the Newell Highway between Brisbane and Melbourne. It is built from local sandstone and was dedicated in 1928. The tower has a large brass plaque on each side inscribed with the names of 255 servicemen that served in The Great War (WW1). Those that died during the war (41) have a star next to their name. These names can be read by clicking on the icon of each plaque below. This will open an enlarged image of the plaque.

Click to see the inscription on this plaque
Dedication Plaque on East Wall

Click to read the names on the south wall
Names on South Wall

Click to read the names on the west wall
Names on West Wall

 

Click to read the names on the north wall
Names on North Wall

 
 
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