c.1881, Bridge Street
built as a cordial factory. Victorian brick cottage with bull-nose
posted verandah and decorative cast-iron brackets built onto the
street alignment. Unusually, the front of the house is not facing
the highway. Perhaps the builder drew up his plans at "The Ship And
|33 Blue Trail Garage,
c.l864 Cnr. Bridge and King Streets
Originally built as a retail store for Mr
Kirkwood whose flour mill was further down the hill at the rear.
Soft red Uralla brick on a rubble basalt foundation. An evocative
name, isn't it?