Meningoort Homestead, Bookaar (190km W of Melbourne). Original run taken up by Peter McArthur & Nicholas Cole 1839, divided 1842 into Meningoort (McArthur) and West Cloven Hills (Cole); their families still own both properties. In 1851 McArthur built a stone house and outbuildings on the slopes of an extinct volcano; in 1886 it was integrated into a large bluestone Italianate homestead by Melbourne architect Charles D'Ebro. It has been meticulously maintained in near 1880s condition.
Stony Point Railway Station in Victoria in 1892. 🌹
The Sunnyside Woollen mills were one of the big textile manufacturers in Ballarat. In the foreground you can see the Chinese market gardens located near the mills. The factory was built in the early and made flannels and blankets.