Black and white photograph of 'The Arch' near Port Campbell, Victoria, taken by William Snowdell Anderson, circa 1910-1935.
'The Arch' and other unique rock formations can be viewed when travelling along the Victorian coastline via the Great Ocean Road.

William S. Anderson originally came from London and arrived in Melbourne in 1890.
By the mid 1890s he had started photographing the coastal township of Lorne and the Otway Ranges, a passion that stayed with him until his death in 1948.

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'The Arch' near Port Campbell, Victoria. An arch-shaped rock structure in the sea.

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