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Motorcycle Safety Pledge | Remembering Riders from the SDOHS
Honor fallen motorcycle riders. Take the motorcycle safety pledge to ride responsibly and get your memorial patch from the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety.
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Finished Rebuild.

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Brooks Competition Standard Campagnolo Saddle.

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Campagnolo Narrow-Rail Seatpost.

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Brooks Competition Standard B17 Saddle.

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Wallaroo. Information board and photograph of the Wallaroo copper smelting works.

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Wallaroo. Yorke Peninsula. The administration offices of the Wallaroo copper smelting company. Built in 1861. The Moonta and Wallaroo mines closed in 1923. The smelters continued producnig fertiliser for some decades.

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Wallaroo. Yorke Peninsula. The old Courthouse built in 1866. Closed as a courthouse in 1972.

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Wallaroo Yorke Peninsula. Wallaroo was the smelting hub for Moonta and Wallaroo copper Mines. Smelters owned by Sir Walter Watson Hughes. This first smelter chimney erected in 1861. There were 13 chimneys at its peak.

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Brooks Sprinter Saddle.

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Nova Scotia Postal History - List of Post Offices in Nova Scotia

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Nova Scotia / N.S. Postal History - 2 February 1909 - PETTIGREW SETTLEMENT (Cumberland County), N.S. (split ring / broken circle cancel / postmark) to Medford (Kings County), Nova Scotia

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Brooks Champion Competition Saddle.