Mudgee railway was the life blood of the town. I remember catching the 'milk run' train to Sydney. The train was an old 'puffing billy' . In winter the train men would slide along the corridors, tin boxes filled with sand that had been sitting with the engine and were very hot. They would cover the boxes with sacking and we would take off our shoes and keep warm. Sadly no trains come to Mudgee now eventhough the population has doubled and the building has been a series of eateries.
Mudgee, in country New South Wales, has many historic buildings.
Morning Fog, Mudgee. By Amber Hooper
Red Tractor design by artist Rachael Flynn. Her fun designs are inspired by living on the family farm in Mudgee NSW.The verse on this tea towel is by Cicero and reads:
Red Tractor Designs
Spring Frost, Mudgee. By Amber Hooper
So beautiful in Autumn
Logan Cellar Door Mudgee http://www.tasteorange.com.au/Images/logan/loganpage_header.jpg
Riverlea Road Bushfire, Mudgee. Photo by Amber Hooper.
Morning Frost, Mudgee. By Amber Hooper
Old Saleyards Hill, Mudgee. Photo by Amber Hooper.
Mudgee- home sweet home
Morning fog over Mudgee. photo by Amber Hooper.
Mudgee town clock and St. Mary's church, Mudgee. Photo by Amber Hooper.
Gorgeous pic of The Drip near Mudgee - www.themudgeeproject.com.au
Red Tractor Designs may your home be too small to hold all your friends