Gallon Bridge, Silverton, OR. From Salem travel north on Highway 213 (Silverton Road NE) about 14 miles to Silverton. At Silverton travel north on Highway 214 to Hobart Road. Turn west on Hobart to Gallon House Road (0.5 mi.). Turn north on Gallon House Road.
48 Hobart Road shows me in my cub uniform with dad’s Hillman Minx (Robert Blyth) and our house 68 Falkland Road in the background. The dog was Nobby. We adopted him when someone left Singapore to go back to the UK.
50 stories: Kirsty and Richard 's Story With a lack of suitable housing, Young mum Kirsty and boyfriend Richard faced being split up when Kirsty fell pregnant. Facing homelessness, the only option to ensure they could stay together was to sleep on the floor of Kirsty's parent's house. With no stable future for their soon-to-be-born daughter, Bromford Support provided the couple a lifeline, offering them an opportunity to move into flagship young families scheme Hobart Road.
A musket ball found at an archaeological site at the Kerry Lodge Bridge near Launceston. Convicts were housed at a “road gang station” next to the original route of the Hobart Road from 1834. They quarried stone and worked to construct the Strathroy Bridge — now known as Kerry Lodge Bridge — on the original Launceston to Hobart highway route.
Convict built in 1832 for John Dickinson, a free settler from Nottinghamshire, England the Ross Bakery Inn is a classic Georgian house built from locally-quarried Ross sandstone with permanent listing on the Tasmanian Heritage Register. Originally named Sherwood Castle Inn, it served many years as a coaching inn and horse change station for travellers on the Hobart Road.