Adelaide

Tuesday 9th April 2019, Adelaide.
The train arrived in Adelaide early in the morning and today was spent looking around the city.
So far the Australian cities, Perth and Adelaide, have been large enough to have everything that you would want or expect but are small enough to be on a human scale.

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Local “Hall of Fame”. Definitely people of substance. This is W.H. Bragg who won the Nobel prize for Physics with his son for their work on using X-rays to analyse crystal structure.
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The son L. Bragg
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Florey who won the Nobel prize for Medicine for his work developing penicillin into a useful treatment.

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A meteorite found in the Nullabor. Unfortunately this photo doesn’t give an indication of its size. About 2 metres long.

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