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Lone Pine Cemetery, ANZAC, TurkeyThe restoration of Hornsby Heights' original fire tankerPhotograph of Harry, Margaret and their children Gordon and Edna Pettet.Thornleigh Brickworks


Drawing of Royal Hotel, Thornleigh, 1891Front cover of the More Adventures of Ginger Meggs, series 20Wombat handling in Koala ParkBack cover of the menu and toast cardBancks talks GingerFront cover of the book "Taste of Ginger"Boys' and Girls' Travelling Library at Galston Public SchoolFront cover of the Ginger Meggs Annual, Xmas 1956Boating area near Bobbin Head, c. 1970Front cover of the first Ginger Meggs annual.Private Frederick GartungFedor GartungFoster's Store - BerowraBill Wall ascending Berowra Creek Road in his converted "bus" C.1930Cowan Railway StationPrivate Fedor GartungPrivate Frederick GartungDemolition of St. David's Presbyterian Church, Asquith, 1984St. David's Presbyterian Church Asquith in process of demolition, 1984St David's Presbyterian Church, Asquith, Notice Board 1984Foundation Stone, St. David's Presbyterian Church Asquith, 1921Memories of Yvonne (Von) Jones of Berowra WatersBerowra Waters FerrySt. David's Presbyterian Church, Asquith, 1921Fisherman's Bend, Hawkesbury RiverTeachers & pupils of St. David's Presbyterian Sunday School, Asquith, 1921Remains of the church on Bar Island, Hawkesbury RiverChildhood home of Jim Hatfield of BerowraClearing land for St. David's Presbyterian Church Asquith, 1921Rocky Beginnings - an early history of tourism at BerowraA River or a Creek - a history of the Berowra waterwayJim McCloy, Enid Evers and friends at the Natural Rock Basin Peats Ferry RoadJames Somerville Produce Store, HornsbyJack Nicholson's Cycle and Motorcycle Store, HornsbyNormanhurst Dairy, Nepean Avenue, NormanhurstBerowra At War, World War TwoWhy Is Ada Richards the Matriarch of Berowra?Why Is George Collingridge the Father of Berowra?Why Is Mary Wall the Mother of Berowra?Berowra: Going Postal (an early history of the postal service in Berowra)Theodore Pollard of NormanhurstThelma BunyanPatrick Nulty of WaitaraPatrick Nulty of WaitaraBerowra Living History - The School Room (an early history of schooling in Berowora)Berowra At War, World War OneHigh Street, HornsbyBarker College, HornsbyHunter Street near the junction with Florence Street, HornsbyHornsby Home Science Secondary School after the bushfire, 1957



Pacific Highway West Pennant Hills Agriculture Asquith Barker College Beecroft Beecroft Road Bellamy family Berowra Berowra Creek Berowra Waters Bobbin Head Bridges Brooklyn Buildings Burdett Street Bushfires Carlingford Road Cartoon characters Cartoonists Castle Hill Cheltenham Churches Construction Copeland Road Coronation Street Coronation Street, Hornsby Councillors Councillors and staff Cowan Creek Crosslands Reserve Dangar Island Dural Dural Lane Dural Street Edgeworth David Avenue Epping Epping Railway Station Ferries First Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge First World War Florence Street Hornsby Florence Street Mall Galston Gorge Ginger Meggs Harrington family Hawkesbury River Hawkesbury River Railway Station Higgins family High Street Hornsby Hornsby footbridge Hornsby Girls' High School Hornsby Heights Hornsby Park Hornsby Post Office Hornsby Public School Hornsby Railway Station Hornsby Shire Council Hornsby War Memorial Hornsby Water Sculpture Hotels Houses Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park Macquarie Park Cemetery Mount Wilga National Brickworks New Line Road Normanhurst Old Mans Valley Orchards Oxford Street Pacific Highway Peats Ferry Road Pennant Hills Pennant Hills Radio Station Pennant Hills Road People Postcards Railway stations Railways Roads Rofe Park Schools Second Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge Shops Sydney Radio Thompson Thompson's Corner Thornleigh Timber industry Trains Transportation Waitara War Memorial West Pennant Hills Westfield Shopping Centre William Street Windybanks Wisemans Ferry