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Peaceful setting

Peaceful setting

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Abandoned NZ bush home...an eyesore to some...a billion possibilities to others...

Cottage Ruins

Old cottage in New Zealand wilderness

This is a typical old homestead in the australian bush. Early late 19th to 20thC.

This is a typical old homestead in the australian bush. Early late 19th to 20thC.

Rural Rust.- NSW Australia by shortshooter-Al

‘Rural Rust.- NSW Australia’ by shortshooter-Al

'Rural Rust.- NSW Australia' by shortshooter-Al. These old sheds are on a property just west of Hall which is in the A C T near the NSW border. The grass is long and dry and late in the day it looks good for photography purposes.

Album of the Boileau family's voyage from England to Australia in 1894-1895.; Inscription: "A Bush Home in Australia"- ca. 1895

A bush home in Australia, ca. 1895

Title devised by cataloguer based on inscription.; In: Album of the Boileau family's voyage from England to Australia in 1894-1895.; Inscriptions: "A Bush Home in Australia"--Printed caption on photograph.; Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an3366506-s15-d2. Persistent URL nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an3366506-s15-d2

old abandoned cottage at Liston near Stanthorpe

old abandoned cottage at Liston near Stanthorpe

old abandoned cottage at Liston near Stanthorpe

old abandoned cottage at Liston near Stanthorpe

australian farm house | Metal Detecting an old Western Australian Farm House

Adventures With Wild Bill | LostTreasure.com.au - Adventures With Wild Bill

Old Shearing Shed

Old Shearing Shed

You can almost hear the bleating of sheep as they go into the shearing shed while the shearers worked briskly to shear the wool off thousands of them. It was back breaking work in the olden days but I think even nowadays it still is. Even with modern machines all the sheep have still to handled individually & carefully. Every station would be busy doing this. Then & now wool was big business. Truly, australia's fortune was built on the back of the sheep.