Hidden Newcastle - the secret baths under City Arcade
The site of the City Arcade between Hunter and Newcomen Streets has historical significance as an early source of fresh water for the Newcastle community. It is also significant as the site of the Corporation Baths and the city's first shopping arcade, which retains many of its original features.
Centennial Hotel, Scott St, Newcastle, NSW, 
Source: livinghistories.newcastle.edu.au/nodes/view/46394 This image was scanned from the original glass negative taken by Ralph Snowball. It is part of the Norm Barney Photographic Collection, held by Cultural Collections at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Notes Architect James Henderson built this hotel for Walter Sidney. The Cenennial Hotel goes throught to Hunter Street, where it is two stories high. It consisted of 60 rooms, 4 bars, a large dance hall, central heating, hot…
Another derelict architectural gem the Pumphouse at Carrington - Newcastle, NSW. ** Something has to be done to save the iconic building of this, New South Wales' second largest city, old town. Surely there is enough money out there in the local community to save this building.