The burning structure of the Glenrowan Inn just prior to it’s collapse. The bodies of Dan Kelly and Steve Hart were incinerated in one of the back rooms.

of June 1880 Most of the law abiding element of Glenrowan’s population had been rounded up by Ned Kelly and his gang and held hostage in Ann Jones Inn.

One of the charred bodies recovered from the ruins of the Glenrowan Inn – that of either Dan Kelly or Steve Hart.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Shows the burnt remains of the Jones's Hotel, the scene of the final confrontation between Ned Kelly and the Victorian Police. A sign still stands: "The Glenrowan Inn, Ann Jones, best accommodation". The Glenrowan Inn, owned by Ann Jones, was burned to the ground by the police after the Kelly Gang siege in June 1880.

1880 photo of the remains of the Glenrowan Inn after the Kelly gang shootout.the Victorian police burned it to the ground to flush the gang out .

Ned is in the plot second from left. This pic  was taken on the afternoon of his funeral.

Ned is in the plot second from left. This pic was taken on the afternoon of his funeral.

Ned Kelly's Colt Carbine Revolver, Old Melbourne Gaol, VIC, Australia.

Ned Kelly's Colt Carbine Revolver, Old Melbourne Gaol, VIC, Australia.

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A postcard from the time. reportedly showing 3 of the kelly gang on their horses. Ned on Mirth the grey mare.

The wanted poster for Ned Kelly's capture. Picture: State Library of NSW

[Wanted poster, offering a reward for information leading to the capture of Ned Kelly], 13 December 1878 This poster, made of calico, offers a reward for information leading to the capture of.

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

The Life Of Ned Kelly

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

Police trackers recruited from Aboriginal tribes in Queensland during the hunt for the Ned Kelly Gang in north-east Victoria, circa 1880.

Police trackers recruited from Aboriginal tribes in Queensland during the hunt for the Ned Kelly Gang in north-east Victoria, circa

Faithfull creek Station where the boys held up the staff while they robbed the Euroa bank in Dec 1878

EUROA (Waystation): Faithfull’s Creek homestead. The storehouse where the Gang kept their prisoners was to the left. Image: The Kenneally family

The church at Beveridge where Ned and Maggie went to school.

The church at Beveridge where Ned and Maggie went to school.

(Letter) The Jerilderie Letter by bushranger Ned Kelly. 'I am a Widow's Son, outlawed and my orders must be obeyed'. With these chilling words Ned ended the letter, a detailed written justification of his actions. Read the full transcription of the letter and learn why this manifesto is regarded by some as an early call for an Australian republic. http://www.nma.gov.au/collections/collection_interactives/jerilderie_letter

On this day ………… February 1879 Early in February Ned Kelly and his gang rode into the small town of Jerilderie, located in the Riverina area of southern New South…

The very spot where Ned and Wild Wright had a 20 round bear knuckle boxing match. It was behind a pub at Beechworth that has long gone. Wild commented years later that Ned gave him the hiding of his life. Wild and Ned went onto to become firm friends.

The very spot where Ned and Wild Wright had a 20 round bear knuckle boxing match. It was behind a pub at Beechworth that has long gone. Wild commented years later that Ned gave him the hiding of his life. Wild and Ned went onto to become firm friends.

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