Wolston Park Mental Asylum in Ipswich in Queensland, Australia.(photo + submission by liamodonnell) I’d heard about this from friends who’d been there or heard of it so I decided to see it for myself. This place had a very sinister aura about it, it felt like you were being watched as soon as you entered it’s grounds.

Wolston Park Mental Asylum in Ipswich in Queensland, Australia.(photo + submission by liamodonnell) I’d heard about this from friends who’d been there or heard of it so I decided to see it for myself. This place had a very sinister aura about it, it felt like you were being watched as soon as you entered it’s grounds.

Aerial view of Ipswich, looking down Brisbane Street, from Queen's Park, Ipswich, ca. 1960

Aerial view of Ipswich, looking down Brisbane Street, from Queen's Park, Ipswich, ca. 1960

Title: Rialto Theatre, Downs Street, North Ipswich, 1942 Photographer: Unknown Geographic Location: North Ipswich, Queensland Date of Photograph: 1942 Description: The Rialto was in Downs Street near Fitzgibbon Street. T H Thomas opened the Rialto Theatre on 22 November 1919, he was also the owner of the Lyric Theatre at 150 Brisbane Street. Films would be advertised for both theatres and shared for different sessions. In July 1921 it changed management. On 17 December 1956 it was burnt…

Title: Rialto Theatre, Downs Street, North Ipswich, 1942 Photographer: Unknown Geographic Location: North Ipswich, Queensland Date of Photograph: 1942 Description: The Rialto was in Downs Street near Fitzgibbon Street. T H Thomas opened the Rialto Theatre on 22 November 1919, he was also the owner of the Lyric Theatre at 150 Brisbane Street. Films would be advertised for both theatres and shared for different sessions. In July 1921 it changed management. On 17 December 1956 it was burnt…

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