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Farina General Store

By DavidFosterImages    
Founded in the 1870's during a period of "good" seasons, Farina (Latin for flour) was to be the granary of South Australia. Following several years of crop failures, it became a centre for the Afghan camel drivers who delivered goods through this harsh land. It later became a railway town before being finally abandoned in 1960.

Tags: Australia Town Towns Ghost Abandoned South australia Ruins Australian Ruin Ruined Outback Landscape and travel Farina Old ghan railway Oodnadatta track

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