Listed in this section are catalogues of photograph albums held by the Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine Historical Society.

The links below will show a unique number and description for each of the photographs stored in relevant album. In general, the description has been transcribed from the handwritten notes on the back of the photographs.

The original photos are held by the Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine Historical Society.

 

                                                                                     1 - Richard Owen and Mariamne Wynne Family Photographs

                                                                                                                        2 - Settlement of Mt Wilson

3 - Mt Wilson Childhood by Helen Warliker (nee Gregson)

4 - Jane Smart Album & Wynstay 1995 - 97

5 - Bill Smart Wynstay 1990 - 1996 Collection

6 - Wynstay Collection

7 - Gregson Collection

8 - Kirk Collection including Tom Kirk, Judy Forness

9 - Scriveners, Smarts & Knight Browns at Mt Irvine

10 - Springwood Collection

11- Herscovitch Collection - Dennarque, Wynstay, Yengo

12 - Shaw Collection

13 - Mark and Sue Austin Collection

14 - Kirk Photographs 1970s

15 - Turkish Bath Photographs

16 - Stained Glass Windows of the Turkish Bath

17 - Wyndham, Chimney Cottage & the Gregsons and the Opening of Waterfall Bridge

18 - Jazz Concerts at the Turkish Bath

19 - Valder Collection

20 - Betty Clarke Collection

21 - School, Post Office, Church, War Memorial

22 - Yengo & Fred Mann Collection

23 - Houses of Mt Wilson

24 - Charles Herbert Currey

25 - Eccleston Du Faur Collection

26 - Waterfall Walk, Cathedral of Ferns, Silva Plana

27 - CWA & Community Activities of Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine

28 - St Thomas's Enfield & Santa Sabina College Strathfield

29 - 125th Anniversary Luncheon 1993

30 - Bushfire Brigade Collection

31 - Roads of Mt Wilson & Surrounds

32 - Jenolan Caves, Hartley, Katoomba, Mt York

33 - Max Collard Collection

34 - Withycombe (1923) Collection

35 - Sawmills of Mt Wilson (Kirk Family)

36 - Mudgee Tour in 2007 with John Broadley

37 - Centenary of Mt Wilson (1968)

38 - Large Fromat Photos - Mt Wilson properties etc

99/47

Richard Owen Wynne holding baby Jane c1925 at Wynstay

99/48

Gate of Italian Garden at Wynstay

99/49

Garden border at Wynstay 1920s

99/50

Glass House at Wynstay (Later geese house)

99/51

Site of Sunken Garden at Wynstay 1920s (Note young plants and trellis)

99/52

A young Jane Wynne outside Wynstay c1925-26

99/53

Probably Mervyn Wynne (baby) at Wynstay

99/54

Jane and Mervyn Wynne at Wynstay c1928-29

99/55

Mariamne Wynne holding Jane Wynne (Identity of others unknown)

99/56

Mariamne Wynne (mother) with Ronald, Mervyn and Jane

99/57

Jane, Ronald and Mervyn (?) Wynne at Wynstay

99/58

Mariamne Wynne (seated) with Jane, Ronald and Mervyn in garden at Wynstay

99/59

Mariamne Wynne seated on porch at Wynstay with baby (?)

99/60

Mariamne Wynne with Jane (toddler) and baby Mervyn

99/61

Mariamne Wynne with Jane (toddler) and baby Mervyn

99/62

Tree felling at Wynstay. Richard Owen Wynne and a small Jane

99/63

Tree felling at Wynstay. Richard Owen Wynne and a small Jane

99/64

Jane Wynne as a toddler sitting on running board of car at Wynstay

99/65

Richard Owen Wynne with baby (?) on porch of Wynstay

99/66

Richard Owen Wynne with baby son (?)

99/67

Tea party on the lawn at Wynstay. Jane, Mervyn and baby Ronald Wynne

99/68

Richard Owen and Mariamne Wynne and child (?) on steps at Wynstay

99/69

Baby (?) Wynne in high chair at Wynstay

99/70

Jane, Ronald and Mervyn Wynne and dog Tie at Wynstay

99/71

Jane, Ronald and Mervyn Wynne around the sundial on back lawn at Wynstay

99/71a

Baby Jane Wynne among the daisies at Wynstay

99/72

Mariamne Wynne and baby Ronald on porch at Wynstay

99/73

Mariamne Wynne and baby Mervyn on wall in front of Wynstay

99/74

Mariamne Wynne and baby Ronald in Italian Garden at Wynstay

99/75

Richard Owen Wynne admiring the rhododendrons, with baby

99/76

Mervyn or Ronald (?) with dog Tie on lawn. Yarrawa or Old Wynstay background

99/77

Baby (?) in 1920s pram at Wynstay

99/78

One of the children (?) investigating the pond at Wynstay

99/79

Jane Wynne and baby brother

99/80

Toddler among the magnolia flowers at Wynstay

99/81

Jane, Ronald and Mervyn Wynne with mother Mariamne on front porch at Wynstay

99/82

Richard Owen Wynne, toddler Jane and baby Mervyn

99/83

Jane Wynne in 1920s stroller

99/84

1920s Mums and Babies on lawn at Wynstay

99/85

Mariamne Wynne and baby (?)

99/86

Stuffed animals on wall at Wynstay

99/86a

Stuffed animals on wall at Wynstay

99/86b

Stuffed animals on wall at Wynstay

99/86c

Stuffed animals on wall at Wynstay

99/87

Mariamne Wynne with Ronald or Mervyn on wall of Sunken Garden at Wynstay

99/88

Richard Owen Wynne fire making with Jane and Ronald or Mervyn

99/89

Mariamne Wynne with Jane and Ronald on front porch of Wynstay

99/90

Tree Wynne children, Ronald in pram, winter at Wynstay

99/91

Jane and Mervyn Wynne in pedal cars on path at Wynstay

99/92

Jane and Mervyn Wynne on stone wall at Wynstay

99/93

Mariamne Wynne with Jane, Mervyn and Ronald c1929 in garden at Wynstay

99/94

Jane, Mervyn and Ronald Wynne at Wynstay

99/95

Mariamne Wynne with Jane, Mervyn and Ronald in front of Wynstay

99/96

Mariamne Wynne with Jane and Mervyn with pony at Wynstay

99/97

Jane Wynne on pony watched by Mervyn and Mariamne

99/98

Mervyn Wynne on pony watched by Jane and Mariamne

99/99

Mariamne Wynne with Jane, Mervyn and Ronald and animal puppets at Wynstay

99/100

The sitting room at Wynstay

99/101

Chairs from the sitting room

99/102

The drawing room at Wynstay

99/103

Fire place in drawing room at Wynstay

99/104

Looking into the sitting room at Wynstay

99/105

View from front door at Wynstay

99/106

Looking north across crenellated wall in front of Wynstay bushfire in distance

99/107

Stonework construction adjacent to back verandah at Wynstay

99/108

Front view of Wynstay during garden construction

99/109

Looking north from front of Wynstay

99/110

Wisteria in flower around Doric column on front porch of Wynstay

99/111

Wisteria in flower on front porch of Wynstay

99/112

Stonework in progress along driveway approaching Wynstay

99/113

Mass of blossom in the Italian Garden at Wynstay

99/114

View of garden at Wynstay

99/115

Garden next to Old Wynstay at Wynstay

99/116

New stonework on western side of Wynstay

99/117

View across lawn at back of Wynstay

99/118

Mervyn Wynne near flower bed in garden at Wynstay c1930

99/119

Jane Wynne at flower bed on back lawn of Wynstay c1925

99/120

Richard Owen Wynne with baby and Jane in front of Wynstay c1924

99/121

Around the pond in Italian Garden. Mariamne, Jane, Mervyn in pram and others (?)

99/122

View north from Wynstay across mist-filled valley

99/123

Dog on back lawn of Wynstay 1920s

99/124

Picnic at Mt Wilson c1930. Young mothers, children and babies

99/125

Birthday party on back verandah of Wynstay 1920s

99/125a

Birthday party on back verandah of Wynstay 1920s

99/126

Flo Davies, cook and general hand at Wynstay with Jane Wynne c1925 at Wynstay

99/127

Flo Davies with baby Mervyn or Ronald on front drive of Wynstay

99/128

Flo Davies in the fowl yard at Wynstay probably 1920s

99/129

Richard Owen Wynne demolishing a tree

99/130

Ploughing the paddock at Wynstay. Ploughman unknown, Matt Davies or a Kirk?

99/131

The orchard at Wynstay

99/132

Mervyn Wynne watching harvesting at Wynstay

99/133

Mervyn Wynne in the field before harvesting

99/134

The orchard at Wynstay (?)

99/135

Jane (?), in school uniform, Mervyn and Ronald on a bridge

99/136

Mervyn Wynne on a pony, not at Wynstay

99/137

Ronald Wynne as a young man

99/138

Tennis at Wynstay. Jane, Mervyn and Ronald Wynne, Helen Gregson

99/139

Jane Wynne, Helen Gregson and others enjoying a picnic lunch

99/140

Jane Wynne, Helen Gregson and others enjoying a picnic lunch

99/141

Jane Wynne c1938-39 hard at work with Spot

99/142

A Gregson, perhaps Meg, c1939 in the wheel Barrow with Spot

99/143

Group of young people out horse riding in Mt Wilson

99/144

Jane Wynne and friend boil the billy after a ride, Mt Wilson or Mt Irvine

99/145

Scything the grass. Meg Gregson (?) in the wheel barrow

99/146

Relaxing in the sun on the wall outside Wynstay

99/147

Unknown rider at Wynstay

99/148

Unknown rider at Wynstay

99/149

Horse at Wynstay late 1930s or early 1940s

99/150

Horse at Wynstay with unidentified lady, girl and boy

99/151

Horse at Wynstay with unidentified lady, girl and boy

99/152

Mariamne Wynne with unidentified lady

99/153

Unidentified couple standing on lawn at Wynstay

99/154

Jane Wynne as a toddler with unidentified gentleman c1925 in garden at Wynstay

99/155

Young Jane Wynne in driver's seat of car in front of Wynstay

99/155a

Richard Owen Wynne's motor vehicle. Vauxhall Prince Henry

99/156

Vauxhall (Prince Henry model?) motor vehicle

99/157

Alvis motor vehicle - polished aluminium body

99/158

Vauxhall motor vehicle

99/159

Alvis motor vehicle along the driveway at Wynstay

99/160

Richard Owen Wynne (on left) with the Alvis motor vehicle at the front of Wynstay

 

Set of negatives included in album

97/286

Mariamne Wynne (nee Ronald) in Wynstay garden near Yarrawa (Old Wynstay)

97/287

Mariamne Wynne near wisteria (no longer in garden) at summer house at Wynstay

97/288

Victor and Ruth White, Mariamne Wynne, Patrick and Suzanne White at Wynstay

97/289

Victor and Ruth White seated, Mariamne Wynne, Patrick and Suzanne White as statues in what was to be come the Italian Garden at Wynstay

97/290

Cricket match at Silva Plana Mt Wilson 1920s - 1930s

97/291

Richard Owen Wynne at work with S Hall of Bell loading sandstone blocks for the new Wynstay c1922

97/292

Scottish stone masons, builders of new Wynstay c1921-23. One perhaps McLeish

2004/252

Duncan McLeish, one of the stonemasons who helped to build Wynstay

97/293

New Wynstay under construction -  rear view

97/294

New Wynstay under construction - front view

97/295

Outside the Lodge and Main Gates of Wynstay 1920s

97/296

Italian Garden at Wynstay c1920s

97/297

Mariamne Wynne in her Italian Garden at Wynstay

97/298

Mariamne Wynne and friend at entrance to the Italian Garden c1920s at Wynstay

2006/20

Henry John Wynne as a boy

2006/20(a)

Henry John Wynne as a boy

2006/21

Henry John Wynne as a young man

2006/21(a)

Henry John Wynne as a young man

2006/96

Bill Smart's daughter's wedding - Amne to Jim Hughan

2006/97

Bill Smart's daughter's wedding - Amne to Jim Hughan

2006/98

Bill Smart's daughter's wedding - Amne to Jim Hughan

2006/99

Bill Smart's daughter's wedding - Amne to Jim Hughan

2006/100

Bill Smart's daughter's wedding - Amne to Jim Hughan

2006/102

Helen Gregson, Noellie McLean, Peter Valder at wedding

2006/103

Helen Gregson, Noellie McLean, Peter Valder at wedding

2006/104

Noellie McLean, Peter Valder at wedding

2006/105

Noellie McLean, Peter Valder at wedding

2006/106

Lesley Wynne, Joan Wynne, Dolly Moore at wedding

2008/154

Wynne Family 2008

2008/155

Grandchildren of Mervyn Wynne 2008

2008/156

Mike Wynne (son of Mervyn) 2008

2007/2

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

2007/3

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

2007/4

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

2007/5

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

2007/6

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

2007/7

Sunbeam Talbot Car Club visit to Wynstay 2007

98/63

Wyndham, named after the surveyor of Mt Wilson (1868) in 1928

98/64

Wyndham, Helen's early home, from the bush garden in 1928

98/65

Sitting room in Wyndham 1924. Note rosewood piano

98/66

Aunt Marjorie or M Sloan with baby Meg and Helen 1928 on hammock on verandah of Wyndham

98/67

Kitchen at Wyndham 1924

98/68

Edward J Gregson (father) ploughing with Myrtle the horse and Cyril the Barnardo lad and Helen

98/69

Outside back verandah at Wyndham with George and Isa Valder, Peter Valder (baby), Meg toddler and Helen four years 1928

98/70

Clearing the land near Wyndham. L to R Peter Kirk, Cecil Kirk, Sam Hall (Bell) Humpey (Nanny) Meg (baby) Helen, EJ Gregson (Dad)

98/71

Clearing land with bullocks, Peter and Cecil Kirk, Helen, EJ Gregson (Dad) 1927

98/72

Apple shed in construction on Wyndham land c1922. Orchard of apple trees

98/73

Apple shed now Applecot cottage in 1950s in Wyndham Ave Mt Wilson

98/74

At Wyndham 1931. Dad, Daddo, Mother, Joan Dewhurst, Emma and Troath, Great Aunt Dewhurst. Cyril's cabin at rear (Photo missing from album, on page 7 of book)

98/75

Mail car at Mt Wilson. Helen departing for boarding school at Leura 1931. EJ Gregson (Dad) on left, Mother Margaret Gregson at rear and Meg c4 years

98/76

The road into Mt Wilson climbing the last summit called the zig zag. Dirt road then.

96/82

Waterfall Bridge early Chimney Cottage in Background

96/81

CW Jefferson (Daddo) Helen and Meg Gregson (Wyndham in background) at Waterfall Bridge, Daddo in dressing gown

98/78

Charles Jefferson, maternal grandfather of Helen, Meg and troath in vege garden with Meg. He arrived in Mt Wilson 1930

98/79

Daddo or CW Jefferson maternal grandfather in 1931, one year after his arrival in Mt Wilson with housekeeper Emma Ashdown

98/80

Emma Ashdown, housekeeper and friend of CW Jefferson at Leura house c1934

98/81

Emma Ashdown with Margaret Gregson (mother) and Dora Scrivener? Or Miss George with Troath (born 1930) at New Years Sports day 1931

98/82

Campanella, one of the original eight homes built in late 1870 - 1880 in Mt Wilson. Built for Mathew Henry Stephen

98/83

Margaret Gregson (mother), Helen, Meg and Troath at Campanella 1932 when Daddo and Emma rented it

98/84

Charles W Jefferson (Daddo) in 1949

98/85

The well at Wyndham built by C Jefferson. Daddo c1932 Margaret Gregson and Troath in photo

98/86

Jesse Gregson (Paternal Grandfather) who began the Gregson family

98/87

Yengo built for Jesse Gregson 1878-1880 during the Gregson ownership days which ended in 1923 when it was bought by Fred Mann

98/88

Yengo as it was after 1923 when it became Stone Lodge, Fred Mann's new home. Verandah has been removed, replaced with a stone terrace

98/89

Margaret (nee Jefferson) and Edward J Gregson on their wedding day in Sydney c 1919-1920

98/90

Adult generation after WWI in Mt Wilson. L to R George and Isa Valder, Edward Gregson, Fred Mann, Margaret Gregson standing. Seated Meg Gregson, Peter Valder and Helen Gregson

98/91

At Stone Lodge Helen Gregson with the Thirkell children (Enid Thirkell was Marjorie Sloan's niece) on pony Trixie 1934

98/92

Windyridge, the home of Miss Helen Gregson 1920s built c1921 with Herbert Kirk scything the grass

98/93

Maypole in the garden of Windyridge. Miss Gregson frequently had the children here for games and parties 1920s

98/94

Catta (Catherine) Helen's only cousin in Australia in school uniform with her mother Grace Gregson (father Willie killed in war) also baby and Helen

98/95

Bush picnic with L to R Helen, Meg and Edward Gregson (father) and Aunt Helen

98/96

Wynstay, the home of Colonel R Owen Wynne and Mariamne Wynne 1920s in Mt Wilson, southside back verandah and expansive back lawn

98/97

Mariamne Wynne, daughter Jane, Colonel RO Wynne on the steps in the garden at Wynstay c1924. Colonel inherited the property from his grandfather Richard Wynne who founded it in 1875

98/98

L to R Helen Gregson, Jane Wynne, Mrs Mariamne Wynne by the tennis courts Wynstay c1932 (?)

98/99

Back L to R Helen Gregson, Jane Wynne, Peter Valder, Meg Gregson. Seated Ron Wynne (Ronny Mike) Troath Gregson, John Valder, Mervyn Wynne (Muff)

98/100

A view of the tennis courts at Bebeah looking towards Wynstay c1920. Bebeah owned by Sloan family 1902-1984

98/101

A children's party at Bebeah early 1930s Dolly Moore governess to the Wynne children in the background

98/102

Mr Ivie Sloan on the left at Bebeah, George Valder second on the right, possibly Mrs Sloan in centre early 1920s

98/103

Aunty Marjorie Sloan and her mother, Mrs Helen Sloan on verandah at Bebeah 1940s

98/104

Aunt Marjorie Sloan with her nieces Thirkell children and others. Mrs Helen Sloan on the right Isa Valder on left at back and Enid Thirkell (Marjorie's sister)

98/105

Front driveway at Bebeah, Note the mass display of flowers, clearly spring or early summer 1920s

98/106

Tennis group at Nooroo 1947 L to R back row Mervyn (Muff) Wynne, Ron Wynne, Peter Valder, Jane Wynne. Front row Troath Gregson, Meg Gregson, John Valder, Helen Gregson

98/107

The Avenue Mt Wilson Near Withycombe 1920s Elms, Limes, Chestnuts

98/108

Mary Edwards (artist) in garden of Wildflower Hall or Dennarque, a boarding house run by her mother rose 1929-1933

98/109

Kirk Brothers' bullock team in the early 1920s

98/110

Bert (Herbert) Kirk with Edward J Gregson (Dad) in the mid 1920s

98/111

Cecil Kirk with Margaret Gregson (mother), Helen and Miss George (family helper) on one of our excursions with Cecil c1930

98/112

Log Cabin Tea Room c1933 built in this style by the Kirks (influence of C Jefferson). Became Chimney Cottage

98/113

Interior of the Tea Room (Chimney Cottage)  Rustic charm

98/114

Chimney Cottage from the road by the Reserve (now called Waterfall Reserve) late 1930s

98/115

Sitting room at Chimney Cottage in the late 1930s. Chimney Cottage became home for the Gregsons in 1936 to c1940

98/116

Chimney Cottage from the paddock (SW side). Reserve in the background

98/117

Meg Gregson and Troath Gregson in the garden at Chimney Cottage c1940

98/118

The road to Mt Irvine - seven miles north of Mt Wilson -  founded with true pioneers

98/120

Wyndham covered in snow in1929

98/121

Meg Gregson playing tennis at Nooroo or Bebeah

98/122

Christmas Tree at Wyndham in 1920s - Gregson era

98/123

School Group held in Old Wynstay c1931-1934. Dolly Moore the governess, Wynne children, Meg Gregson, Peter Valder and Helen Gregson

98/124

School Group in the playground Mt Wilson c1937. This school opened again in mid 1930s with Mr Mather as teacher

98/125

Fete in Wynstay organised by Mariamne Wynne - always loved by children for raising community funds (Village Hall). Scrivener Family (?) and possibly Dolly Moore on the right

98/126

A bush picnic on the Bell Road with Aunt Elsie Stephen, Aunt Helen Gregson, Edward J Gregson (Dad), Helen Gregson c1926

98/127

New Years Sport Day. Event of the year at Mt Wilson on Silva Plana in afternoon cross saw. People came from Mt Irvine, Lithgow, Bilpin, Kurrajong

98/128

New years Sport Day 1931 Charles W Jefferson (Daddo) taking movie pictures on that day

98/129a

Giant slippery dip at Silva Plana on New Years Day, a canvas tunnel reached by a ladder

98/129b

Giant slippery dip at Silva Plana on New Years Day, a canvas tunnel reached by a ladder

98/130

Riding Group early 1940s L to R Troath, Meg, Helen Gregson, Jane Wynne, (obscured) Peter Valder, Ward Argue, John Valder

98/131

Jane Wynne on her horse Packer. Riding was a favourite activity

98/132

A picnic with Mrs Mariamne Wynne in her Morris car with the dickie seat L to R Jane Wynne, Helen Gregson, Mervyn (Muff) Wynne and Mrs M Wynne

98/133

Upper dam on creek between Wyndham and Chimney Cottage late 1940s. Gregson girls swam there. Meg Gregson with Colin and Malcolm Mackerras (Mackerras family friends of the Gregsons)

98/134

Picnic in mid 1930 below Campanella owned then by the Joshua family. L to R Fred Frost, Col RO Wynne, Isa Valder, Lila Joshua (?), Mariamne Wynne, Margaret Gregson (mother), Wynne, Valder and Gregson children

98/135

At Du Faurs Rocks, the track to the Chinamans Hat c 1927. A favourite place for gatherings and exploring

98/136

The War Memorial in Mt Wilson on Anzac Day 1930 (Built 1919 unveiled Nov 1919)

98/137

The Lake. Part of the Wollangambe River below Mt Wilson on the north side, approx 250 metres down. Pat and Judy Kirk, two daughters of Vivian and Olga Kirk

98/138

Another view of The Lake on the Wollangambe, Peter Valder on its banks

98/139

Clarence Creek which ran into the Wollangambe (early 1940s), note the closeness of the cliff walls forming canyons so popular now for adventurers

98/20

Grandfather Jefferson (dressing gown) with Helen and Meg Gregson beside newly built Waterfall Bridge, Wyndham in the background

98/21

Chimney Cottage through the mist c1935. Built for Margaret Gregson (Laurie de Gray photograph)

 

Set of negatives included in album

98/169 ((a)

An old map showing Mt Wilson in feet. Note Mt Banks is called Mt King George

98/170 (1b)

William Govett - probably the first European to set foot on Mt Wilson high mass of range of the richest soil and covered with almost impenetrable scrub

98/171 (1c)

Mt Wilson district map. In the Parish of Irvine County of Cook showing original 62 portions - roads etc

98/172 (1d)

See CH Currey's book Mt Wilson District Map

98/173 (1e)

An aerial photo Mt Wilson 1968

98/174 (f)

"the elbow" of the Zigzag cira 1930 viewed looking up to the Mount. Compare with photo 1891. J Gregson Album shows little change in 30 years

98/175 (g)

The elbow Zig zag circa 1891 looking back from Mt Wilson

98/176 (h)

Du Faurs Rocks

98/177 (i)

Ferry Corner along the Avenue Mt Wilson in earlier days - no tar sealing

98/178 ()j

the backtrack or Church Lane cira 1920 just below Sefton Hall Mt Wilson

98/179 (k)

The end of the Mount circa 1920

98/179 (l)

Timber Getter's Cottage Ref: (small picture file in Mitchell Library)

98/180 (m)

Sydney's Kirks Cottage 1901 Originally located 100 yards from Yengo's Caretakers Cottage.Nothing remains but the surrounding Hawthorn hedge which served as a windbreak.

98/181 (n)

Eccleston Du Faur Crest Family "Natura Ars Dei"

98/182

Eccleston du Faur 1832-1915

98/183 (b)

 

98/184

Thompsons Shack circa 1875 (Caretaker's Cottage or du Faurs Cottage occupied by Lewis Thompson C1875-1877.

98/185 (1r)

Emanuel Neich 1807 - 1893 Mary Ann Wynne's father.

98/187 (a)

Mayor Richard Wynne Mrs Mary Ann Wynne

98/186

Bath Arms Hotel 1834

98/188 (1u)

Th Avenue Mt Wilson C1920 - leads to he gates of 'Wynstay'

98/189 (1v)

The Lodge (Gatehouse) Wynstay - built by John Rowland. Hexagonal Plan - there were three plans

98/190 (1w)

An aerial view end of the Avenue and the Lodge.

98/191

The Wynstay Gates - looking back down at the Avenue.

98/ 192

Fates of Wynstay - Hinge detail in wrought iron by blacksmith on the property

98/193

Centre part of gates of Wynstay. Local sandstone used wrought iron fence - locally made on property.

98/194

Gate above Lodge on the path from the Lodge to the main garden - wrought iron mad on property providing access through crenellated walls.

98/195

The Lodge viewed from Wynstay just below the pedestrian gate showing the Porch and Laundry additions. Note skylights to the Attic bedroom.

98/196

Chimney detail of the Lodge (Wynstay) Chimney in polychrome brickwork capped with a terra cotta chimney pots similar to Wynstay.

98/197

Lodge - Interior detail of centrally grouped fireglass flues at Attic level viewed from the stairs. Note T & G ceiling patern reflects the buildings hexagonal plan.

98/198

Timber consol at the eaves junction of the Lodge (Wynstay)

98/199

Entry door of the Lodge (Wynstay) around sandstone quoins and lintels

98/200

Approach to the Stables Wynstay crenellated wall (original driveway)

98/201

Unusual photo Entry gate to stables from original driveway - note crenellated wall on left.

98/202

the Stable Entry Yard. Trunk Elm tree. Stone wheel sharpening tools

98/203

The Stables C1920 Wynstay. North wall ivy covered. West wall entry to cow House and Horse Stable.

98/204

Stables - Detail of the inscription above Cow Bail Dutch Door 'Mt Wilson Founded 1875'.

98/205

Stables - Drawings. Stonemason John Rowland. Drawings H Fraser B James H Mack 1969.

98/206

Stables Wynstay North & South elevation (H Fraser, B James & H Mack)

98/207

Stables Wynstay showing West & East elevation (H Fraser B James & H Mack)

98/208

Stables Wynstay showing sections of structure water tank (brick) south side.

98/209

Stables - a view of Horse Loose Bay - Dutch Door with two stone grinding wheels

98/210

Richard Wynne's original horse carriage used until 1905.

98/211

Covered carriage with Coach House Door on right of stables. Richard Wynne's carriage.

98/212

Stables Wynstay - Terracotta Horse head set above sandstone plinth projection out from the Coach House Inscription dates the stables " R W A D 1890".

98/213

Stables Wynstay - Detail tool shed door latch.

98/214

Stables Wynstay - Hitching ring outside home. Loose boxes

98/215

Stables - Rain water Head to feed well. (Brick Dove Shape)

98/216

Stables Wynstay Southern side of stables. Well storing fresh water 29000 gallons. 18' deep Brick. Domed roofing

98/217

Another view of domed brick roof of well for storage of fresh water - 29000 gallons

98/218

Stables Wynstay - Turntable arm and pump mechanism to raise water to elevated tanks. Better known as a 'Horse Gang' (Scottish Term)

98/219 (a)

Stables Wynstay - Inscription on Cow Bail wall

98/220

Stables Wynstay - Names located above each cow stall - Daisy Cowslip, Beauty & Primrose

98/221

Stables Wynstay - Aerial view showing stables. Domed Well. Wynne's original cottage centre right. Carriageway sweeping round enclosing hedge. (Unusual photo - note tanks on stand)

98/222

Stables Wynstay c1920 - Note the stable entry on the left the wrought iron gatees in background with the carriageway hedge on right. (Unusual photo)

98/223

Wynstay - The earliest cottage. Victorian Gothic style. Metal lattice work - Decorative Barge 2 Finials. Board.

98/224

Earliest Cottage Drawings by Fraser, James and Mack. 1/2/1969 to 16/9/1969

98/225

Earliest Cottage - Porch Entry. Viewed from the East External copper and chimney on the left. Corrugated roof.

98/226

Earliest Cottage on 'Wynstay'. Detail - decorated barge board and finials c1875

98/227

Earliest Cottage - 'Notched' hardwood sleeper flooring

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'Yarrawa' (later Old Wynstay) in 1880s (Note shingled roof). Garden beginnings

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'Old Wynstay' or 'Yarrawa' c1920. Fred F. Mann and Miss Helen (Nellie) Gregson standing on path below front entrance. Decorative trim missing from verandah - Note growth of trees

 

and shrubs. Compare with previous photo.

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'Old Wynstay' or 'Yarrawa' c1920 viewed from the garden from east. Note the tree growth

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'Old Wynstay' or 'Yarrawa' c1920 from the east. Gothic arch at the entrance. Terracotta chimney and the preponderance of mature conifers and established shrubs. (Unusual photo)

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'Old Wynstay' or 'Yarrawa' c1920 note extra chimney and finial visible (centre left) (Removed 1923) Established rhododendrons - conifers. Looking at SE corner - Italian glassed in section of verandah

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'Old Wynstay' c1969 or from the south - Note the glassed in corner (Italian glass). Wheelbarrow on left. Earthenware filter (water) on verandah behind

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Water filter (rapid cleaning) glazed. Wynstay (earthenware). On verandah of 'Old Wynstay'

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Yarrawa (now Old Wynstay) Symmetrical gables. Decorative barge board similar to First Cottage (1875) . View of the western side of 'Old Wynstay' 1969. (Kitchen + removed c1923) Entry to the cellar beneath the verandah, bottom left (1969)

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Gothic entry arch with lattice to Yarrawa or (Old Wynstay). Entry door glazed - to the right Azaleas flanking both sides of steps. Camelia on left. Strawberry Tree on right. Note skylight in the awning may have been a later modification.

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Detail of verandah's cast iron bracket (Old Wynstay) 1969. Note the distinctive shapes

98/238

Barge board and finial detail (1969) similar to cottage on 'Old Wynstay' (1875) on what was 'Yarrawa'

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Italian Garden Wynstay. Bricks same as used by R. Wynne - paving bricks very old. First created by Marianne Wynne in 1920s Cupid statue & pond. Wrought iron gated from Italy - cost 12/6 1920s (anecdotal story)

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Fountain statue in Italian Garden (Wynstay)

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Summer House Wynstay c1920 (shingle roof lattice in fill) no longer there (an unusual photo) Wisteria overwhelmed it - collapsed. Hexagonal stone bare. Remains. Now has a weeping Copper Beech in its place

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Carriageway Wynstay c1920 towards stables. White Fencing (no longer there) Macrocarpas (Monterey Pine) line the driveway. Still there

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On left of carriageway Wynstay Horse's watering well. 12'0 x 14'2" 13000 gallons

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Carriageway Wynstay c1920 Showing crenellated wall leading from Stables to T Bath - not sure about the accuracy of this

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The Turkish Bath c1969 Positioned just below the carriageway. Note tanks western end (in 1920s) 2nd chimney (in 1920s) Fuel stove

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Aerial view of Old Wynstay (Yarrawa) The T Bath. Lodge not clear. Built 1880s for Mary Ann Wynne - (her ill health the cause)

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Turkish Bath Wynstay View looking form gardens - entrance door on south side in 1969. Tower with vents and wrought iron

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T. Bath Floor Plan & Basement

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T. Bath Ground Plan

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T. Bath South Elevation

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T. Bath Section Drawing

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T. Bath North Elevation

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T. Bath East Elevation

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View to the Tower of T. Bath cast iron ridge decoration and small chimney (fuel stove) now removed

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T. Bath Detail of cast iron finial (fan shaped) on oval air vents

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T. BathDetail of cast iron ridge decoration on the Tower

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T. Bath Detail of Hip decoration cast iron dove - on ridge capping on roof

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T. Bath Large corner chimney detail perhaps an addition to serve as a fireplace? Some doubt about this. Probably built by E.A. Bonney the architect. Continuity of the detailing of the polychrome brickwork

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T. Bath Detail of tower roof construction showing tusk and tenon support. Note air vent top right hand corner 1969 photo

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T. Bath Wynstay Detail of roofing above "steam and shower rooms" 6" x 3" plate (lower left hand corner) was originally used as a support for coke concrete vauted ceiling (note the counter sunk bolt holes) 1969 photo

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T. Bath Wynstay Roofing Detail Notched ceiling joists 4" x 2" (to take boiler roof flue and coke concrete top left hand corner at the springing point of the vault) 1969 photo

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T. Bath Wynstay Italian hand painted windows combined with clear external window form double glazing

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T. Bath Detail of floor tiles at entry. Floor. Coustic tiles tesselated tiles

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T. Bath Wynstay Detail of 6" octagonal floor tile (buff colour) red square infills. Tesselated tiles. ?Black? Rectangular tiles border the larger tiles

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Detail of English rolled steel joist suppoting stone concrete and coke ceiling (vaulted) - in the basement at the western end of T. Bath 1969 photo

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T. Bath Detail of 'steam' pipe flue opening in Boiler? Room or basement. Glazed terracotta lining still in place (intact) Other opening in the wall provided exhaust ventilation for the boilers (or furnace?) 1969 photo

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T. Bath Wynstay Ship's cast iron water tanks used to supply the boilers? Or supply water to T. Bath 1969 photo. These tanks were used for ballast on 19th C ships

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Carriageway Wynstay c1920 Just past T. Bath on way to Wynstay(1921-23) residence. Statue reflects Italian influence possibly 1020 Phil Forrester collection

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End of Carriageway c1920 (Phil Forrester collection) Is it the Bath House on right through foliage?

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Aerial view of Wynstay Estate (1969) Blacksmith Shed, Stables, Old Wynstay, Roof of faintly visible lodge on top left & 1921-23 Residence

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E.C. Merewether Portrait Ref. 'The History of Merewether' by F.J. Dickson 1935

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Merewether Family Dennarque E.C. Merewether wearing hat (seated in front of open French Window) Ref. Merewether Archives Newcastle Library

From L to R (main row): Frederick L.M.M', the Maid?, Augusta Maria M, E.C. Merewether, Edward A.M.M., Maid, Augusta R.E.M.M.?, Henry A.M.M.

Seated on ground: William D.M.M., Mabel M.M.M., Mary E.M.M.

Not present: Herbert J.M.M., Hugh H.M.M.

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Lake Merewether Mt Wilson originally Merewether Paddock except when flooded now 'Silva Plana' (J Gregson's album dated 1891) (special photo) 'Silva Plana' given by the Mann Family who bought the land in 1894

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The Carriageway The Drive to Dennarque From the Avenue c1890 (From G. Hughes 'The Story of Mt Wilson' 1st Edit.(1955))

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The Dennarque Rd 1891 (from J. Gregson's album) c1891 The driveway or carriageway to Dennarque, presumably from the Avenue

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Ground Floor Planof Dennarque c1870 Ferdinand Reuss Jr (Architect)

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First Floor Plan of Dennarque by architect Ferdinand Reuss Junior c. later in 1870s

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First Floor Addition to Dennarque

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South Elevation Drawing of Dennarque Ferdinand Reuss Jr (architect) The house faces the south - typical of the first European settlers - for a summer retreat

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North Elevation of Drawing of Dennarque (F. Reuss - architect)

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East Elevation ('Dennarque') F. Reuss - Architect Without the addition to the 1st Floor

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West Elevation of 'Dennarque' F. Reuss - Architect

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Section through 'Dennarque' cc (F. Reuss architect)

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Sections through 'Dennarque' aa,bb F. Reuss Architect

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Dennarque 1878 Mt Wilson Viewed from the SW (1891 photo - J Gregson's album) note shingle roof balustrade (unusual photo)

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Dennarque c1915 View from the East. Daisies in profusion Summer. Owned by Mann family at the time

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Tennis Courts Dennarque viewed from the east (corrugated iron roofing) c1920 (unusual photo)

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Dennarque Garden (approach) along garden pathway c1920 - shrubs and trees growth (unusual photo)

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Dennarque Eastern Elevation c1920. Distinct joint line of upstairs addition (unusual photo)

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Dennarque South Elevation c1920

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Dennarque c1920 Stables on left 'Dairy' on right. Original Wash House (centre) open on 2 sides, copper boiler in one corner and stone tubs along adjacent side

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Dennarque c1940 Rear court showing original timber bathroom and stair window. Facing north. Owned by the Teece Family at the time (unusual photo)

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Dennarque Western Elevation (Balcony has dropped) c1969 (unusual photo)

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Dennarque (Kitchen chimney) see notes on original roof vent (the original kitchen was probably a simple pattern of 'vanes' and figure 's' shapes turned into the wind. Its position is marked by patched section of roof

98/294

Dennarque Louvred air vent - originally doorway into W.C. The original door (louvre) is now situated at the rear of the dairy

98/295

Dennarque Floor Vent adjustable underfloor metal vent

98/296

Dennarque South Elevation (1969) Recent alterations involve rebuilding the verandah and use of cast iron lacework (not part of original design)

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Dennarque viewed form garden showing effect of upstairs addition

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Dennarque Entry hall archway into stairwell window on far wall (originally coloured glass) also see 98/291 Ref. to Castner's Rural Austr. Sect. 1878 p.226

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Dennarque Stair detail on middle landing - newel posts and hard rail. Level of the bathroom 1969

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Dennarque Middle landing stair detail. Base of newel post and stair soffit lining

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Dennarque Top Balcony French Windo & wall. Door on left gives access to upstairs lobby

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Dennarque Detail of roof construction. Note the hip timber (top centre) and missing jack rafters loft. Also note that the shingles are carried through past the existing hip oven the bedroom extension

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Dennarque "The Daily" - a square stone room for meat and food. Forms the 4th wall of the court making a complete enclosure

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Dennarque "The Daily' door detail (door originally from the W.C. on west wall

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Dennarque Small timber boarded hut with corrugated iron roofing and chimney. Believed to have been relocated here

98/306

Dennarque Small hut chimney detail. Note old nail holes

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Dennarque Aerial view from south in 1969

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Yengo Jesse Gregson's crest. Virgillo means Vigilance (Ref. Gregson Papers)

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Gregson Album Frontpiece presented to Jesse by Alexander Busby 1891. From I.M.F. Busby (Tom) Tom Busby was a son of my mother's 1st cousin, Annie Busby (E.J. Gregson Aug 5 1955)

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Yengo Original gates to Gregson residence c1891 (unusual photo)

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Yengo c1891 Early photograph showing shingle roof and original verandah intact (unusual photo)

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Yengo Family group on front porch

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Yengo Porch outside kitchen. Note rounded corrugated iron covered way to stable, still exists (unusual photo)

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Yengo Signature of L. Stevens 1903 Written on a piece of timber nailed to chimney

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Yengo c 1910 Photograph from the east showing Marseilles tiles, probably by L. Stevens in 1903

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Yengo c 1910 Side view of Yengo taken from the croquet lawn. Note the side windows have been enlarged to form French doors?

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Yengo Kitchen c 1910 Fuel stove with angled sink on far left

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Yengo c1910 Dining Room chimney with glazed terracotta pots

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Yengo Roof construction. Main bedroom chimney, in roof space, showing the tusk & tenon joinery required for the hip end return 1969

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Yengo Roof construction. Hip junction showing tusk & tenon & pole plate construction - both standard practice in their day 1969

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Yengo Roof construction. Box gutter in detail between the kitchen and main roof. Note the continuous rafters of the kitchen to which the others are spliced. This indicated the chimney was built first. (1969)

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Yengo Carved wooden fireplace in the living room 1969

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Yengo Detail of the plinth block and skirting board surround in the living room c. 1969

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Yengo Fireplace in the timber addition built in 1885 to accommodate Katherine Gregson during her illness. Photo 1969

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Yengo Chimney 1885 addition showing the horizontal boarding and louvred ventilation access to the roof space. Photo 1969

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Yengo Caretaker's Cottage? Located north of the croquet lawn (photo 1969)

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Yengo Window detail Caretaker's Cottage (or Gardener's Cottage) photo 1969

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Bebeah (Cox) Fortitudo in Adversis Cox Family Coat of Arms

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Bebeah (Cox) Mulgoa residence - Home of the Cox family, the original cottage is in the foreground. It was the lure of Mudgee and Mt Wilson which eventually drew all the Cox family away from the Mulgoa Valley by the year 1870

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Bebeah Cox - The Cox Family, The Avenue c1885. Members of the Cox and Wynne families on the road at the gates of 'Balangra'. Note the size of the trees on the left which now form the Avenue

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Bebeah Cox - Edward King Cox (-1883) (From Rawdon) Cox built 'Bebeah' on Mt Wilson. His stay was short (5yrs) before he died. Estate was purchased by Ivie Jasmes Sloan

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Bebeah Cox - 'Bebeah', "with part of its beautiful garden, Miss Sloan on the left Mt Wilson, Bebeah and Clarence Creek, the three prettiest places on the Blue Mts 1913" Northern elevation showing the dormer windows and chimney additions

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Bebeah Cox - 1878 Ground Plan

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North elevation of 'Bebeah' Ambrose Thornley Architect Jnr

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South elevation of 'Bebeah'

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Bebeah Drawing Western Elevation E.K. Cox residence 1878

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Bebeah (Cox) Porch Detail 1878

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Bebeah (Cox) Built originally in 1878 View from the east showing the Dormwer window alterations and the new chimney

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Bebeah Present View (1969) from the west. Note that the entry gable has been removed from the north. New entrance on west wall. Old bedroom door has been converted into a double hung window

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Bebeah Detail of the original shutter with the splayed and chamfered lap boarding wall. Note the verandah post has been replaced since 1913 with this type (less ornate)

98/342

Bebeah Dining Room Addition built by Ivie James Sloan

98/343

Bebeah Dining Room detail of Barge Board

98/344

Bebeah Eaves and gutter detail junction above dining room bay window. Note the similar timber console supporting eaves on Nooroo

98/345

Bebeah Bedroom wing addition built by Ivie Sloan

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Bebeah Entry Gate Bebeah. Detail of the main entrance gate (wrought iron) It was removed when it was proved too heavy for posts

98/347

Garden Gate Bebeah. Detail of the small wrough iron garden gate - identical to that of the School House

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Bebeah Rosette - Detail of garden gate marking the crossing of the diagonal bracing (1969 photo)

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Bebeah Waterhole c1891 (Ref. Photograph album Jesse Gregson) (Headwaters of Waterfall Creek)

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Bebeah Aerial Photograph Bebeah. The additions to Bebeah are clearly visible - the original residence being the structure in front

98/351

George Henry Cox 1824-1901 MLC Cousin of Edward King Cox, Brother of Jasmes Dalrymple Cox

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Beowang Chimney detail of Beowarg. Fireplaces were of some importance to the owners of homes on the Mt. & great care was lavished on them

98/354

Beowang Gable detail, note the original air vent and weather boarding the greater part of which was sheathed over with pressed metal stone

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Beowang Caretaker's Cottage Built beside Beowarg in c.1878 (photo 1969)

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Beowang Caretaker's Cottage Detail of verandah post (photo 1969) now Withycombe Cottage

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Beowang or Withycombe Aerial view of Beowang. View facing the garden with the original caretaker's cottage on the left

98/358

Balangra Sefton Hall Original Cottage (probably built prior to the Balangra residence?) Note the bay window and the fireplace on the axis of symmetry

98/359

Balangra & Sefton Hall Original Cottage The entry porch (once a bay window as on the opposite end) was added by Henry Marcus Clark in 1912 when he converted it into a billiard room.

 

The original entry was on the axial approach of the chimney.

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Balangra residence c1920 Built in 1880 as a larger holiday residence for J.D. Cox. Note the added gables and trimmings in Queen Anne idiom (now Sefton Cottage)

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Aerial view of the Billiard Room in the grounds of Swefton Hall. Note the small centre gable on the Billiear Room which surrounds the original entry to the cottage

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Mt Wilson "Old Campanella about 1890" The Stephen Family residence built about 1878. This early photograph illustrates the symmetrically placed chimneys and the corrugated iron roof. (Ref. G. Hughes The Story of Mt Wilson 1st Ed. 1955)

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Campanella Rear elevation showing the symmetrical hips of the roof. This building was one of the largest residences on Mt Wilson at the time

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Campanella It was likely that the back part of Campanella was returned to overlook the gardens to the south, to almost totally close the yard in the centre (as Yengo was later altered).

This photo of the back section shows the yard that had been formed. This yard had little to soften the hard edges of roof and latticed covered way

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Nooroo Mt Wilson c1923 The residence of William Hay built 1880. The cottage has a symmetrical front elevation. Note the curve of the original verandah & timber brackets

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Nooroo Mt Wilson The signature, Francis J. Moffat and an inscription "Good day -I hope you are well" along with the mouldings location "bottom" are pencilled on the bed mould which was taken from the window between the kitchen and back verandah

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Nooroo Mt Wilson Viewed from the garden and the original entry. Note the new awning and timber posts

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Nooroo Front Door - Note the panelled timber and lead lighting of the fan light

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Nooroo Window Detail of the side window and the splayed and lapped boards

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Nooroo Rear elevation Note the large kitchen chimney and the latest laundry addition on the left

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Nooroo Chimney Detail of the bedroom chimney and airvent. This form of chimney is typical of the mount

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Nooroo Note from text - the underlying factor was cost and even some roughly finished saplings were used as rafters

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Nooroo Fireplace - the second bedroom fireplace with its restrained use of moulding

98/376

School House Mt Wilson - The school, designed by the Gov. architect William Kemp was completed in Oct. 1891. The teacher's cottage - on left. August 1892

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School House Mt Wilson - Detail of decorated gable (photo 1969)

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Post Office Mt Wilson c1915 Located on Beowang between the main residence and the caretaker's cottage on the right. Note the simple charm of the timber structure

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Sefton Hall - Henry Marcus Clark's Crest 'In Te Domini Sper' (Thee O Lord I Trust) Moor's head on left with the broken link on the left of the shield symbolising the separation of Corsica from the Duchy of Genoa. Theodore Clark, a relation of Marcus, was involved in the Corsican struggle to regain their independence. Theodore, a German, lived in France, marrying a French woman

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Sefton Hall & Balangra Portrait of Marcus Clark (1859-1913) On his arrival in Australia, he travelled throughout NSW, Victoria & Tasmania. His father was also a successful merchant in England

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Sefton Hall & Balangra - Below 'Campanella' c1912 Marcus Clark & friends in the foreground. Note the diagonal bracing on the gate (the reverse direction to that employed previously). This was introduced to Mt Wilson by Marcus Clark. Mt Tomah, Bell & Hay? In the background. Ref. small picture file Mitchell Library

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Sefton Hall Mt Wilson c1912 The residence of Henry Marcus Clark, designed by him and constructed in 1912. Note the use of fibro. Also note the Lookout Tower on the left built around a tree

 

trunk which collapsed in a storm (in the late 1920s) narrowly missing the residence

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Sefton Hall Mt Wilson - The residence viewed from Church Lane c1969?

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Sefton Hall link with H.M. Clark - The Chapel Mt Wilson - St George's Church built in 1915 as a memorial to Henry Marcu Clark. Note the continuity of the Queen Anne style favoured by the Clarks. The entry cover - the gateway defines the entrance

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 1

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 2

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 3

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 4

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 5

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 8a

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 8

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 10

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Eccleston Du Faur Diary Page 10a

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98/392 (a)

Reuss designed

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Terrace house

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Carved Fireplace

98/395

Reuss architecture

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Architectural feature

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Castner's Monthly & Rural Australian Design Dennarque Mt Wilson (Reuss)

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Castner's Monthly & Rural Australian Dennarque Mt Wilson

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Castner's Monthly & Rural Australian Artidan Dwelling (Nooroo?)

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Castner's Monthly & Rural Australian Rural Architecture

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Castner's Rural Australian 1876 Rural or Suburban Architecture

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Castner's Rural Australian Rural Architecture

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Castner's Rural Australian

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Castner's Monthly & Rural Australian Suburban Villa

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Marjorie Sloan & George Valder

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Richard Owen Wynne felling a tree 1920s

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Garden at Wynstay

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Mariamne & Col R Owen Wynne in garden at Wynstay

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Suzanne White & pony

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A Wynne child birthday party 1920s

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Patrick White as a boy in Wynstay garden

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Patrick White in Wynstay garden

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Mariamne Wynne in garden Old Wynstay

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Suzanne White in Wynstay garden

   

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Patrick White, M Wynne, Ruth White, Suzanne White in Wynstay garden

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Richard Owen Wynne clearing land for orchard

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Mariamne Wynne with Pip in garden

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Stone used to build Wynstay house 1921-23

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Mr Wynne's cottage

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Sassafras scrub below Mr Wynne's cottage

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R Owen Wynne at quarry with Pip

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Bob Kirk (Peter & Tom's uncle) clearing ground at Wynstay

95/13

R Owen Wynne felling a tree

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Sandstone ready for building at Wynstay

   

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Richard Owen Wynne setting out from Old Wynstay tower

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Cut sandstone

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Mariamne Wynne amid the sandstone

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Richard Owen Wynne and the sandstone

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Foundations in place Wynstay

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R Owen & Mariamne amidst sandstone

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Wynstay under construction - basement

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Wynstay under construction - dining room

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Wynstay under construction

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Scottish stonemasons building Wynstay

   

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Rear of Wynstay under construction

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New Wynstay 1921-23

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Wynstay under construction - roof rafters

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Wynstay under construction - slate roof

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Wynstay complete with shutters

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Wynstay complete with shutters

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Roof of Wynstay under construction

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The Lodge of Wynstay

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Wooden cradle built by R O Wynne

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R O Wynne & E J Gregson with baby Jane & Helen

   

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Corner of garden in Wynstay - The Urn

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Mariamne Wynne in garden of Wynstay

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Patrick White as a boy 1920s

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Suzanne White (sister of Patrick)

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Patrick White, Mariamne Wynne, Suzanne White, Victor & Ruth White

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Mariamne Wynne in Wynstay garden

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Victor White, Ruth White, Patrick & Suzanne White

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Possibly Suzanne White on pony, Patrick White the boy?

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Unknown road or track possibly in Wynstay

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Children among the daisies at Wynstay - could be Patrick White

   

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Pip the family dog

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Probably Suzanne White on pony

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Probably Suzanne White on pony

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Pip the family dog

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Likely to be Suzanne White on pony

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Mervyn Wynne or Ron dressed for a party at Wynstay

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Mariamne Wynne with Pip

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Likely to be Suzanne White on pony

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Birthday party at Wynstay

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Looking north from Wynstay over Wollangambe

   

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Suzanne White learning to ride

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Birthday party gathering at Wynstay

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Matt & Flo Davies vegetable garden

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Driveway at Wynstay

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Colonel Richard Wynne felling a tree

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Land clearing on Wynstay

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R O Wynne felling a tree

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R O Wynne outside Yarrawa or Old Wynstay

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Ploughing & planting orchard at Wynstay

   

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Ploughing & planting orchard at Wynstay

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Ploughing & planting orchard at Wynstay

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with Pip

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with sandstone blocks

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with sandstone blocks

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with sandstone blocks

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with sandstone blocks

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Colonel Richard Owen Wynne with sandstone blocks

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Foundations at Wynstay

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R O Wynne & Mariamne amid sandstone blocks

   

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Foundations at Wynstay

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Sandstone blocks at Wynstay

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Sandstone blocks at Wynstay

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Sandstone blocks at Wynstay

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Stonemasons at Wynstay

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Foundations at Wynstay

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Foundations at Wynstay

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Stonemasons at Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Roof goes on Wynstay

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Wynstay complete

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Wynstay complete

   

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17(a) or No 63

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17(b) or No 64

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17(c) or No 65

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17(d) or No 66

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18(a) or No 67

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18(b) or No 68

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18(c) or No 69

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18(d) or No 70

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19(a) or No 71

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19(b) or No 72

   

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19(c) or No 73

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19(d) or No 74

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19(e) or No 75

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20(a) or No 76

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20(b) or No 77

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20(c) or No 78

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20(d) or No 79

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21(a) or No 80

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21(b) or No 81

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21(c) or No 82

   

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21(d) or No 83

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22(a) or No 84

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22(b) or No 85

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22(c) or No 86

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23(a) or No 87

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23(b) or No 88

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24(a) or No 89

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24(b) or No 90

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25(a) or No 91

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25(b) or No 92

   

97/144

25(c) or No 93

97/145

25(d) or No 94

97/146

26(a) or No 95

97/147

26(b) or No 96

97/148

26(c) or No 97

97/149

27(a) or No 98

97/150

27(b) or No 99

97/151

28(a) or No 100

97/152

28(b) or No 101

97/153

28(c) or No 102

   

97/154

29(a) or No 103

97/155

29(b) or No 104

97/156

30(a) or No 105

97/157

30(b) or No 106

97/158

30(c) or No 107

97/159

30(d) or No 108

97/162

31(c) or No 111

97/163

32(a) or No 112

97/164

32(b) or No 113

97/165

32(c) or No 114

   

97/166

33(a) or No 115

97/167

33(b) or No 116

97/168

33(c) or No 117

97/169

33(d) or No 118

97/170

34(a) or No 119

97/171

34(b) or No 120

97/172

34(c) or No 121

97/173

35(a) or No 122

97/174

35(b) or No 123

   

97/261

Yarrawa (Old Wynstay) garden

97/209

Jane & Mervyn Wynne or Ron as children

95/34

Ploughing

95/45

The Lodge

95/46

The Stables

95/47

Turkish Bath House

95/48

The Lodge

95/49

Turkish Bath House

95/50

Old Wynstay

95/53

Wynstay garden

   

95/54

Wynstay garden

95/95

Near stables

95/96

Stables

95/97

Wynstay garden

95/98

Turkish Bath House

95/99

Wynstay garden

95/100

Wynstay garden

95/101

Wynstay garden

95/102

Wynstay garden

95/103

Stables

   

95/104

Stables

95/105

Wynstay garden

95/106

Wynstay garden

95/107

Wynstay garden

95/108

Wynstay garden

95/109

Wynstay garden

95/110

Wynstay garden

95/111

Wynstay garden

95/112

Ferns

95/112(a)

 
   

92/46

Wynstay garden

92/47

Wynstay garden

92/48

Wynstay garden

92/48(a)

 

92/51

Wynstay house

92/52

Wynstay driveway

95/55

Wynstay garden

95/56

Wynstay garden

95/57

Stables

95/58

Turkish Bath House

   

95/59

Driveway

95/60

Wynstay garden

95/61

Wynstay garden

95/62

Wynstay garden

95/63

Wynstay garden

95/64

Wynstay garden

95/65

Wynstay garden

95/66

Wynstay garden

95/67

Wynstay garden

95/68

Wynstay garden

   

95/69

Wynstay garden

95/70

Wynstay garden

95/71

Wynstay house

95/72

View from Wynstay

95/73

Old Wynstay

95/74

Wynstay house

95/76

Wynstay house

95/78

Stables

95/79

Stables

95/80

Stables

   

95/81

Stables

95/83

Main entrance

95/84

Wynstay house

95/85

Wynstay house

95/86

First original cottage

95/87

Old Wynstay

95/88

Old Wynstay

95/89

First original cottage

95/90

The Lodge

95/94

Wynstay house

   

92/50

Wynstay house

96/83

Wynstay garden

96/84

The Stables

96/85

Driveway

96/86

Wynstay garden

96/87

Wynstay garden

96/88

Wynstay garden

96/89

Wynstay garden

96/90

Wynstay garden

96/91

Stables

   

96/92

Stables

96/93

Driveway

96/94

Wynstay garden

96/95

Wynstay garden

96/96

Wynstay garden

96/97

Wynstay garden

96/98

Wynstay garden