JAMES NORTHFIELD (1887-1973) TRAVEL BY - TRAIN / WINTER IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. Circa 1950s. 40x24 3/4 inches, 101 1/2x63 cm. A.C. Brooks, Government Printer, Melbourne. Condition B: replaced losses and overpainting at edges; creases and staining at edges and in image; vertical and horizontal folds; unobtrusive pin holes in corners. Mounted on Japan. Camels were imported into Australia between 1870 and 1920. They were used to help explore the massive continent, ideal for their ability to travel for days across the outback without water and the strength to carry riders and supplies across the scorching interiors of the country. This is Commonwealth Railways Poster No. 16. Northfield p. 60.