Category Archives: Machinery

Tin! In the absence of anything else…

Strange though it may be, this little house in Semaphore, South Australia, has a cladding made from pressed steel. The façade is pressed to look like stone blocks, while the rest of the house just has corrugated steel. Probably all made by the Lysaght … Continue reading

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“…farther than any man…”

As I promised in my other Website, “Views From The Street”, here’s a few of the pix I took at Port Adelaide yesterday, of the replica of Captain Cook’s barque, “Endeavour”. For more information on the ship, and what it’s … Continue reading

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The Machine Age.

From time to time I’ll be adding more pix to this entry as I come across more of the weird and wonderful machines we use!

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Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide has a long history – the “Troubridge” serviced Kangaroo Island and many of the Gulf Ports until being discontinued. For more information on the “Troubridge”, go to this Website in the Gallery.

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