Blencowe's Microsoft Flight Simulator Airfield Design - 3D FSX models
for Western Australia!
Did you get the model & texture library 13th September 2011 or later
Uploaded - 1st October 2011
Mount House cattle station in the King Leopold Ranges was first taken up by Arthur, Joseph and Mervyn Blythe on the banks of Adcock Creek, a tributary of the Fitzroy River in 1884. In 1919, the property was sold to the Kidman Company but in 1924 when they defaulted on payment, the Blythe's repossesed it with very few saleable cattle left. Because of the bad road to the coast, the blythes arranged for MMA to fly stores into the station. In 1947, the first four cattle were slaughtered besides the Mount House airstrip and air freighted to Perth. This led to a 6000' airstrip and abatoir being built at nearby Glenroy Station which is now heritage listed.
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