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Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 19

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Which raises the not-so-difficult question of why the British imported Indian workers. The narrow-gauge track hints at the answer. There were about 350 miles of it, all the property not of the government but of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company, which operated in Fiji from 1880 to 1973.

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