Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Parramatta Heritage: World War One - New South Wales Lancers and the 1 Light Horse Regiment 1914 - 1915

Parramatta Heritage: World War One - New South Wales Lancers and the 1 Light Horse Regiment 1914 - 1915

Roxy, Parramatta, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood - is still there and hasn't changed. Parramatta, N.S.W Australia.

Roxy, Parramatta, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood - is still there and hasn't changed. Parramatta, N.S.W Australia.

Macquarie St Asylum/ State Hospital and Asylum for the Blind and Men of Defective Sight and Senility, Parramatta. Pre 1935.

Macquarie St Asylum/ State Hospital and Asylum for the Blind and Men of Defective Sight and Senility, Parramatta. Pre 1935.

Parramatta Hospital for the Insane, c.1900    formerly the female factory for convicts

Parramatta Hospital for the Insane, c.1900 formerly the female factory for convicts

Parramatta 1812. In an Aborigine language "the place where the eels lie down" Parramatta was the most fertile area near Sydney the earliest colony could find to grow much needed vegetables.

Parramatta 1812. In an Aborigine language "the place where the eels lie down" Parramatta was the most fertile area near Sydney the earliest colony could find to grow much needed vegetables.


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Parramatta Station,Argyle St side of the station in 1925.A♥W

Parramatta Station,Argyle St side of the station in 1925.A♥W

Macquarie St Asylum/ State Hospital and Asylum for the Blind and Men of Defective Sight and Senility, Parramatta. Pre 1935.

Macquarie St Asylum/ State Hospital and Asylum for the Blind and Men of Defective Sight and Senility, Parramatta. Pre 1935.

Launching HMAS "Parramatta", Cockatoo Dock, June 1939 / photographer Sam Hood

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Red Cow Inn - In colonial times most visitors to Parramatta would have had to choose between stopping over at one of its two most famous inns, The ‘Red Cow’ or the ‘Woolpack’. The first of these stood at the rear of the site of the present Commercial Bank in George street. While the name ‘Red Cow’ seems a little prosaic it was actually a very literal reference to the many red cows grazing in the pastures around the newly formed town.

Red Cow Inn - In colonial times most visitors to Parramatta would have had to choose between stopping over at one of its two most famous inns, The ‘Red Cow’ or the ‘Woolpack’. The first of these stood at the rear of the site of the present Commercial Bank in George street. While the name ‘Red Cow’ seems a little prosaic it was actually a very literal reference to the many red cows grazing in the pastures around the newly formed town.

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Parramatta Female Factory  The woman who were sent here in the early days had a vile time of it.

Parramatta Female Factory The woman who were sent here in the early days had a vile time of it.

Government House Parramatta, 1805. Painting by George William Evans

Government House Parramatta, 1805. Painting by George William Evans

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