Yallourn filmed late 70s by Bill & Dot Burns

Filmed by Bill and Dot Burns, Soundtrack added by Mike Hamilton.

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Thought the film was fantastic, brought back many memories, well done.

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Julie,

You are to be congratulated for your work on keeping the memory of Yallourn alive. Maxine a Yallourn bred girl and me a blow-in from Yinnar who went to YHS were moved nearly to tears by ( Maxine only and I was the nearly) , Mike Hamilton's soundtrack . He should be nominated for a Oscar. The Burns with the video camera weren't to shabby either.

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After viewing the film I then had a trip down memory lane looking at all the school photo's - again some very happy memories surfaced. What a wonderful site and so easy to negotiate....Jen H

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Thanks Julie & the whole crew! At last I can give my kids some sense of where I grew up. .... Chris V

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Oh, that was something! Never thought I'd see the old town in a film like this...feeling so sad though. Good sound track.

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Fabulous! So many memories in those precious 6 or so minutes. And the soundtrack was wonderful, very moving. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to producing and sharing this film. Yes, it made me cry too....Judy, daughter of Thelma Collinson (nee Sharman).

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Wow and thanks for the walk down memory lane. Love the music Mike. Who are the artists and their songs please. They were very appropriate for the film footage.

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What a memory! I think as the camera travelled down Northway, there is my Mum walking to the shops, from 12 Northway towards the camera. In the shot looking up past the methodist Church, you can just see her walking up the hill..... It is very blurry but I believe it's Mum's snowy white hair.
That made the tears flow....