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Another view of Lt. Gowlland's House Eastern Frontage - Later occupied by Dr. Kyngdon. Circa 1880

Another view of Lt. Gowlland's House Eastern Frontage - Later occupied by Dr. Kyngdon. Circa 1880

Sydney houses at St Leonards in the 1870s.Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

Sydney houses at St Leonards in the 1870s.Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

Rear view of Drummoyne House, 1850s - built by William Wright. now demolished

Rear view of Drummoyne House, 1850s - built by William Wright. now demolished

356 George Street, Sydney | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

356 George Street, Sydney | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Panorama of St. Leonards (Left Hand Section). Houses in Miller and Walker Streets, North of Present Elizabeth Street (Shopping Centre on Right). (Not Dated) Dr. R. Ward. Circa 1880

Panorama of St. Leonards (Left Hand Section). Houses in Miller and Walker Streets, North of Present Elizabeth Street (Shopping Centre on Right). (Not Dated) Dr. R. Ward. Circa 1880

John Thomas Ewing "Jack" Gowlland was born July 10th, 1838 in Kent and was a celebrated naval commander.  He passed away in 1874 when he drowned and was buried in the Northern Shores in Sydney. The House is located in Miller St, North Sydney.  Circa 1870

John Thomas Ewing "Jack" Gowlland was born July 10th, 1838 in Kent and was a celebrated naval commander. He passed away in 1874 when he drowned and was buried in the Northern Shores in Sydney. The House is located in Miller St, North Sydney. Circa 1870

Lieut. Gowlland's House - Circa 1880

Lieut. Gowlland's House - Circa 1880

Caption: New South Wales Government House - construction work, Sydney (NSW) Digital ID: 4481_a026_000361.jpg Date: n.d. Format: Black and white photograph

Caption: New South Wales Government House - construction work, Sydney (NSW) Digital ID: 4481_a026_000361.jpg Date: n.d. Format: Black and white photograph

Barbed wire entanglements along Manly Beach during WW2 - Sydney, NSW. Sydney’s beaches faced the threat of enemy attack during World War 2. Tank traps, bomb shelters & barbed wire fences were built along several city beaches after houses in the Eastern Suburbs were struck by shelling launched from a Japanese submarines in June 1942.

Barbed wire entanglements along Manly Beach during WW2 - Sydney, NSW. Sydney’s beaches faced the threat of enemy attack during World War 2. Tank traps, bomb shelters & barbed wire fences were built along several city beaches after houses in the Eastern Suburbs were struck by shelling launched from a Japanese submarines in June 1942.

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