The town of Glen Davis in New South Wales, Australia, is now basically a ghost town, having once been an oil shale mining settlement during the Second World War that was soon abandoned. There isn’t a lot to see here besides a few abandoned buildings, however the town certainly has a very picturesque setting. I took this photo of the surrounding sandstone cliffs while taking a walk through the town.
Picturesque Sandstone Cliffs in Glen Davis, Australia
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