A very pleasant ride along the stock route from Quandary to Garvans Lane (The route runs just south and parallel to Walkers Lane) yielded a couple of rubbish deposits. The first, about 7 km from Quandary yielded a few interesting, but relatively recent finds (1950's?).
A little further on in a belt of scrub there are tins and scrap dispersed over a wqide area, just near the remains of significant early earthworks (dam? mine tailings?). Some nice smaller bottles were dug from one tip that went to a depth of about 10cm.
A small bottle with a lovely blue colour. If I read the M on the base right it's from the Melbourne Glass Works between 1900 and 1915.
A couple of those small vase bottles (Pecks?) of two different designs (RG No 528067)
Two small clear bottles (A54 C 10 UGB and A54 C 5 UGB)
A lovely glass stopper, fairly chipped, but with a hint of a lovely amethyst colour.
A fancy Zarona Regd bottle, badly chipped at neck and cracked at base