This residential building was designed by architect John Lee Archer.  Some say Calstock is similar and attribute Calstock to Archer. 'Westfield', Tasmania; Unknown; c. 1960 - 1980; TSO00017961 - National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive

This residential building was designed by architect John Lee Archer. Some say Calstock is similar and attribute Calstock to Archer. 1960 - - National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive

Calstock, Deloraine, Tasmania; Unknown; c. 1960s; TSO00017882 - National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive  I THINK the architect was William Archer... or was it the famous John Archer?  Will continue investigations.

- National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) on eHive I THINK the architect was William Archer. or was it the famous John Archer? Will continue investigations.

Flagstones and columns at the front door, A 1966 Photo.

Flagstones and columns at the front door, A 1966 Photo.

A 1966 Photo, note the balcony is very plain, someone closed it up in some sort of sheeting.

A 1966 Photo, note the balcony is very plain, someone closed it up in some sort of sheeting.

Mort, Eirene, 1879-1977. Skyline, Calstock, Deloraine, 24 December, 1932 [picture] Pencil Drawing, 15.7x20.2 cm

Mort, Eirene, 1879-1977. Skyline, Calstock, Deloraine, 24 December, 1932 [picture] Pencil Drawing, 15.7x20.2 cm

[Crowds gathered for the sale of the historic home of "Calstock", Deloraine] [picture] , State Library of Victoria, Reprinted 1941 from original negatives taken in 1940.

[Crowds gathered for the sale of the historic home of "Calstock", Deloraine] [picture] , State Library of Victoria, Reprinted 1941 from original negatives taken in

View of Calstock and Quamby Bluff, Tasmania (1873), John McKirdy Nelson (1895-1881), 19.5 x 32 cm Watercolour

View of Calstock and Quamby Bluff, Tasmania John McKirdy Nelson x 32 cm Watercolour

Heritage stables at Calstock

Heritage stables at Calstock

Deloraine, 14746 Highland Lakes Road | Landmark Harcourts Tasmania | Landmark Harcourts

Deloraine, 14746 Highland Lakes Road | Landmark Harcourts Tasmania | Landmark Harcourts


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Deloraine, 14746 Highland Lakes Road | Landmark Harcourts Tasmania | Landmark Harcourts

Deloraine, 14746 Highland Lakes Road | Landmark Harcourts Tasmania | Landmark Harcourts

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The family tree never looked so good.

****ORDER DEADLINE FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY IS DECEMBER 17th*****  Beautiful Custom Family Tree. Every tree is unique and different. You will love having this keepsake in your home. Each name is shaped into a branch and each leaf lists their birthplace or birth year.  The tree pictured is a Generational Tree. I can also make a Descendant Tree. Whats the difference you ask? Here ya go:  A generational tree starts with children as the hill, parents as the trunk, and then grandparents, great…

Custom Family Tree - 6 Generation or Descendant Tree (Digital Copy)

Family Tree Circle - we did this for my daughter's history fair.  Much easier to work with than a standard family tree.

Pinner sez: Family Tree Circle - we did this for my daughter's history fair. Much easier to work with than a standard family tree.

FOR SALE: Deloraine property Calstock was built in 1831 and has been used as a racehorse breeding stud, for cattle and as a sheep fattening farm. Picture: Neil Richardson

FOR SALE: Deloraine property Calstock was built in 1831 and has been used as a racehorse breeding stud, for cattle and as a sheep fattening farm.

1884 Malua - List of Melbourne Cup winners - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1884 Malua - List of Melbourne Cup winners - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Historic photo of Deloraine Tasmania. Part of the history of Blakes Manor

Historic photo of Deloraine Tasmania. Part of the history of Blakes Manor

"The Newmarket Stallion" statue is situated at the main roundabout leading into Newmarket, located next to the entrance to the July Cup racecourse and the entrance to the National Stud. At one and half times life size, it really is breath taking and the photo hardly does it justice. To this day, no one knows who the horse in the sculpture is.

"The Newmarket Stallion" statue is situated at the main roundabout leading into Newmarket, located next to the entrance to the July Cup racecourse and the entrance to the National Stud. At one and half times life size, it really is breath taking and the photo hardly does it justice. To this day, no one knows who the horse in the sculpture is.

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