ASRP TV | Ian Itter

'The Pelton Wheels of Cunnamulla' records the role of the Pelton Wheel in one of the dry outback regions of Australia. Patented in the 1870s, this machine provided motive power derived from bores put down into the Great Artesian Basin during the time of the greatest drought in our history.

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ASRP TV | Ian Itter

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Ian Itter is a retired engineering tradesman who has taken a keen interest in writing about Australian History and in making available to all, some of our most rare books based on historical events. Ian has a passion for bringing to life some of those…


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Ian Itter is a retired engineering tradesman who has taken a keen interest in writing about Australian History and in making available to all, some of our most rare books based on historical events. Ian has a passion for bringing to life some of those untold and obscure stories about people who in each of their own ways make up the history of our Australia.

* The prices and information contained in these videos were correct at the time of filming and may be subject to change. Additional postage fees may apply. Ian Itter and Australian Short Run Publishers were sponsors in the making of these films.*

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