2003-12-25 002 Black Lighthouse, Fort Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia

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Lathamstowe, Queenscliff (103km SW of Melbourne). Designed by William J. Ellis; built 1882-83 by Edward Latham, brewer, specifically to enable Anglican clergy to holiday at this fashionable seaside resort. The palatial Italianate building is actually a pair of residences linked by a tower. Its flat lead roof (weighing 20tons) is accessed by an iron staircase. Used as a hotel, now a private residence. Until recently, it was one of the most intact buildings, externally and internally, in…

Lathamstowe, Queenscliff (103km SW of Melbourne). Designed by William J. Ellis; built 1882-83 by Edward Latham, brewer, specifically to enable Anglican clergy to holiday at this fashionable seaside resort. The palatial Italianate building is actually a pair of residences linked by a tower. Its flat lead roof (weighing 20tons) is accessed by an iron staircase. Used as a hotel, now a private residence. Until recently, it was one of the most intact buildings, externally and internally, in…

Love these grand old mansions that line Queenscliff's streets. It was very quiet when we were there in October but apparently it heaves with holiday makers over the Australian summer. #latergram #geelong #geelongbellarine #bellarine #bellarinetastetrail #victoria #visitvictoria #australia #visitaustralia #geelongwine #bellarinewine #bellarinetastetrail #bellarinepeninsula #queenscliff by grantourismo http://ift.tt/1JO3Y6G

Love these grand old mansions that line Queenscliff's streets. It was very quiet when we were there in October but apparently it heaves with holiday makers over the Australian summer. #latergram #geelong #geelongbellarine #bellarine #bellarinetastetrail #victoria #visitvictoria #australia #visitaustralia #geelongwine #bellarinewine #bellarinetastetrail #bellarinepeninsula #queenscliff by grantourismo http://ift.tt/1JO3Y6G

This photograph was taken by Charles Nettleton 14 May 1885 showing workmen digging the moat around Fort Queenscliff.

This photograph was taken by Charles Nettleton 14 May 1885 showing workmen digging the moat around Fort Queenscliff.


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