WWI: Krupps field gun on display at Central railway station, Sydney, 1919-20.
Ian Yates TRANSPORT: First train (engine 583) to go through Eungai in 1917.
AFTER FOUR YEARS OF WAR, at 11am on November 11, 1918, there was silence on WWI’s Western Front. On the first anniversary of the ceasefire, ‘Armistice Day’ was instituted.
Kay Morrison On Saturday, April 22, Port Macquarie’s oldest winery, Douglas Vale, will hold a huge celebration to mark 150 years since its first harvest.
Ian Yates BLISS COLLECTION: Jubilee celebrations. North Coast Steamship Company’s float was the boat “SS Phoenix” built by Bert Fitler on the back of Mavin’s truck. Circa 1936.
Ian Yates EDUCATION: St Pius X Kempsey High School 1965 - Girls 3B
Ian Yates BLISS COLLECTION: Drogher in the Macleay River, lifting motor vehicles into shed by crane. Date unknown.
Ian Yates BLISS COLLECTION: Jubilee celebrations: Street parade in Smith Street, Kempsey. Car decorated as float carrying photo of King George V. c.1950.
Ian Yates St Philomena’s Kempsey – Class of 1954 (2nd Form)
Ian Yates EDUCATION: St Pius X High School Kempsey 1965 - 3A and 3B Boys
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