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Leading to the flume

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A concrete channel (flume) was built to lead the water from the dam into the wooden flume which, in turn, would transport water the couple of kilometres (over a mile) to the edge of the gorge where it was dumped into the penstock leading to the turbine.

[At the site of Australia’s first commercial hydyo-electric power-generator near Armidale]

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