31 "Wangaleigh", c.1881, Bridge Street

Originally 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 Anchor"?

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?