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Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put.

Artist: Rowland Hilder (1905-1993) Title: Toad Lane, Rochdale Medium: Watercolour on paper Exhibition "Pure Gold: 50 Years of the Federation of British Artists", The Mall Galleries, London, 8-19/2/2011. Dimensions: height: 35.00 cm, width: 51.00 cm Inscription: none visible Acquisition: Purchased from the Royal Institution of Painters in Watercolours, May 1951 Location: UK, London, Government Art Collection

“This is wonderful, well I think so! Misty and full of nostalgia Roland Hilder 'Toad Lane Rochdale'.

Derelict cottages at Lanehead, Rochdale, Lancashire. Photo by Dr. Neil Clifton

Derelict cottages at Lanehead, Rochdale, Lancashire by Dr Neil Clifton, via Geograph

The origins of Brisbane

1 - Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, ca. 1859 (Contributed by: QldPics) Photograph taken from the corner of Edward Street and Queen Str.

National School, Milnrow (now known as Milnrow Church School)

National School, Milnrow (now known as Milnrow Church School)

Former staff of historic Regal Cinema in Rochdale town centre invited to reunion - Manchester Evening News

Town centre cinema was open from the to before becoming a Wetherspoons pub

The World Around Us | Brisbane - The Hidden City

Narrated by Frank Warrick, this 1992 recording of The World Around Us presents the history of Brisbane.

Bull baiting. River Roche. Rochdale. most likely spot that George Whitefield preach at, when he visited with John Wesley.

most likely spot that George Whitefield preach at, when he visited with John Wesley.

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