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  • The Muster Point 
     
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    The Muster Point - a project by Julie Squires and departing workers from the steelworks. 1999.

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    Inside the Muster point. In memory of those that never made it home.

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    Inside the Muster Point. The role of unions is highlighted. The top of the walls symbolises the skyline of the steelworks.

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    Note the Newcastle BHP Whistle that sounded at the start of shift,lunch and 4 o'clock. [top right corner]
     
     
    Inside the Muster Point looking at the front door. Note the whistle that signaled the change of shifts. (it still works)

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    The Muster Point, from the southern or rear entrance. The gate symbolises workers at the gate.

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    The loco buffers came from Loco 47.
     
     
    Inside the Muster Point, depicting the rail workers, and includes buffers from loco 47.

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