Main Hall (Werribee Mansion)
I managed to finally get out for some shooting, going to Werribee Mansion, a historic set of buildings and large gardens about 10 minutes from where I live. The next batch of uploads will all be from there. This is the main entrance hall.
Abandoned Milk Bar
I first came across this corner milk bar in about 1995, and even back then it was derelict. Cigarette advertising in the window suggests it closed prior to 1990, or was in breach of legislation past that date. In mid 2007 posters advertising the launch of Westpac's Handyline phone banking service appeared in the window - quite strange considering they would have been printed around 1987! There are no obvious signs of anyone living there, at least comfortably... the electricity is…
Railway Station Platform, Maryborough - A Station with a Town Attached - Culture Victoria
This postcard from the early 1900s shows Maryborough Railway Station's famous platform, which featur…
Werribee Park Mansion
Werribee Park Mansion built in 1874 is still the largest private residence in Victoria. The beautiful Italianate styled mansion is surrounded by more than 10 hectares of picturesque gardens.
Australian childrens picture book from the 1940s.
Published by Offset Press, Waterloo, Sydney. The book has 14 pages and the cover shows the Victorian Railways' S class # 302 at the head of the "Spirit of Progress". Steven Haby collection
Werribee Park Mansion Melbourne Victoria Australia
Werribee Park Mansion Photo: Courtesy Tourism Victoria Stay at Werribee Park See accommodation at Werribee
I visited Bendigo over the weekend. It's a beautiful city and probably my favourite regional city in Australia because of it's rich history and intact...
2137 Melbourne Lancefield Road, Monegeetta, Vic 3433
2137 Melbourne Lancefield Road, Monegeetta, Vic 3433. View property details and sold price of 2137 Melbourne Lancefield Road & other properties in Monegeetta, Vic 3433.
Australia - Modern Scene
Page 6 of 24 - DLT's NG Workbench - Back to The Hunslets - posted in Kitbuilding & Scratchbuilding: Thanks Don, I must admit I'm warming to the Frog-Juicer idea. There are more diamond crossings on the British narrow-gauge than you might think, especially on the industrial lines. Thankfully there were few really complicated installations like scissors-crossovers, although there was (is?) one on the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch, and one at Tooban Junction on the Londonderry & L...
Miss Fisher and her Jack: Photo
"True love must never be denied. You know that your greatest passion is very close at hand... Pursue it!" ~ Mrs Bolkonsky 'Death Comes Knocking'