|The Galley Museum|
Galley Museum is a photographic and general museum in Driffield Street in Queenstown.
One of two west coast Tasmania museums that house records and relics from the mining communities of the past, the museum is housed in a former Hotel, which has also been a mining office and Youth Hostel.
As a repository of the historical photographs and materials from the history of Queenstown it contains collections that hold in some cases the last vestiges of the former mines and localities on the west coast.
Considerable parts of the photograph collection were photographs collected by and also processed by the late Eric Thomas.
- The other Museum is the West Coast Pioneers Museum complex in Zeehan
- http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/100781/20090610-1630/hosting.collectionsaustralia.net/foundmade/instquery48f548f5.html Eric Thomas Galley Museum details in archived website
- Eric Thomas Galley Museum (Queenstown, Tas) (2005), The North Lyell Mining Disaster, Eric Thomas Galley Museum, retrieved 3 March 2012