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5032, 5030 on the Way to Wambo, Hunter Valley Coal Roads, NSW, 9th March, 2013.
5032, 5030 on the Way to Wambo, Hunter Valley Coal Roads, NSW, 9th March, 2013.
  • Author: garratt3 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-03-09 11:25:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'37"S - 151°5'32"O
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Souvenir leaflet - 2002
Souvenir leaflet - 2002
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • Our bedroom was this centre picture and it opened out on to the verandah. HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, NSW, Australia. Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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Hotel Wylies Flat
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • Joey posing for another photo HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • Joey posing for another photo HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • Joey enjoying the view from the upstairs verandah. HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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View from the upstairs verandah of Hambledon Hill House - 2002
View from the upstairs verandah of Hambledon Hill House - 2002
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • The beautiful countryside surrounding the home in rural New South Wales, Australia. HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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At Hambledon Hill House in 2002
At Hambledon Hill House in 2002
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, NSW, Australia. Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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Hambledon Hill House, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, Australia
Hambledon Hill House, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, Australia
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2010-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, NSW, Australia. Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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At Hambledon Hill House in 2002
At Hambledon Hill House in 2002
  • Author: Aussie~mobs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2002-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'47"S - 151°7'38"O
  • HAMBLEDON HILL HOUSE Hambledon Hill Road, Maison Dieu, near Singleton, NSW, Australia. Completed in 1865, Hambledon Hill House holds considerable local significance as records show the property as a free grant made to Edward, Henry and William Nowland (brothers) in 1824. Surrounding gardens are also of historical significance as several of the trees are believed to be over 130 years old. Hambledon Hill House is a two storey residence built of sandstock brick on stone foundations, with a hipped slate roof, a deep stone paved verandah, small paned windows, louver shutters and French doors opening on to the cast iron balustraded balcony which is typical of the transition period from late Georgian to the Victorian era. The house was once described as “very large to all appearance on entering, yet most conveniently and well arranged despite its twenty nine rooms”.
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IMG_3625 9030 9002 9035 Wambo Bch 6.11.08
IMG_3625 9030 9002 9035 Wambo Bch 6.11.08
  • Author: Brians Railway, Bus and Shipping Collection Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2008-11-06 06:58:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'37"S - 151°5'31"O
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IMG_3603 8258 8124 8135 G520 Wambo Branch 6.11.08
IMG_3603 8258 8124 8135 G520 Wambo Branch 6.11.08
  • Author: Brians Railway, Bus and Shipping Collection Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2008-11-06 06:28:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°36'10"S - 151°5'51"O
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IMG_3606 8258 8124 8135 G520 Wambo Bch 6.1.08
IMG_3606 8258 8124 8135 G520 Wambo Bch 6.1.08
  • Author: Brians Railway, Bus and Shipping Collection Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2008-11-06 06:31:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°35'8"S - 151°5'10"O
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Heuston Lookout Green Corps Walk
Heuston Lookout Green Corps Walk
  • Author: maps.singleton Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-11-19 13:11:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°33'33"S - 151°8'27"O
  • Start Bushwalk
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Apex Park
Apex Park
  • Author: maps.singleton Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-11-19 13:06:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°33'33"S - 151°8'29"O
  • Lookout Road
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A golden sunrise over the central coast from over Wylies Flat
A golden sunrise over the central coast from over Wylies Flat
  • Author: hilofoz Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-09-14 05:49:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°34'32"S - 151°7'30"O
  • Singleton, New South Wales, Australia
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