|In 1933 the Sand Drift Committee was appointed to consider ways and means of combating the 'sand drift menace' in Victoria's Mallee region. Sand drifts were a significant problem at the time - seriously affecting the region's infrastructure - such as roads, channels and railways. This report from the Sand Drift Committee provides an overview of the problem and recommended actions.|
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Patchewollock railway line, showing both rails covered with sand (1933)