A milk processor and packer at the Bega Co-operative, Bega, New South Wales, 1995

A man stands at a conveyor belt in a dairy products factory. He wears white trousers, a white shirt and a hair net, and smiles broadly at the camera. Cartons of milk are on the conveyor belt, which forms a loop around the man. The floor is tiled; in the background is dairy factory equipment. The man holds a carton of milk in his hands.
Source: National Archives of Australia (A6135, K27/2/95/101).

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