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"Abandoned Farmhouse with Gum Trees" -- [New South Wales, Australia]~[Photograph by William Bullimore - January 7 2011 - Metz, New South Wales, Australia]'h4d-10.2013'

"Abandoned Farmhouse with Gum Trees" -- [New South Wales, Australia]~[Photograph by William Bullimore - January 7 2011 - Metz, New South Wales, Australia]'h4d-10.2013'

"Abandoned Farmhouse with Gum Trees" -- [New South Wales, Australia]~[Photograph by William Bullimore - January 7 2011 - Metz, New South Wales, Australia]'h4d-10.2013'

"Abandoned Farmhouse with Gum Trees" -- [New South Wales, Australia]~[Photograph by William Bullimore - January 7 2011 - Metz, New South Wales, Australia]'h4d-10.2013'

What I wouldn't give for an indoor swimming pool so I could get exercise year round. Swimming is my favorite way to workout!

What I wouldn't give for an indoor swimming pool so I could get exercise year round. Swimming is my favorite way to workout!

Wallace HutBACK   Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia    PREVIOUS <     Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

Wallace HutBACK Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia PREVIOUS < Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

An abandoned miners cottage a the site of an abandoned town, "Hillsborough", in the hills above Yackandandah

I Found Hillsborough (and that’s not all)!

An abandoned miners cottage a the site of an abandoned town, "Hillsborough", in the hills above Yackandandah

"Tumbledown Cottage" -- [Barrington Tops, NSW, Australia]~[Photographer Janie News - April 2 2012]'h4d-64.2012'

"Tumbledown Cottage" -- [Barrington Tops, NSW, Australia]~[Photographer Janie News - April 2 2012]'h4d-64.2012'

Lake Corrong Station Homestead, Hopetoun (384km NW of Melbourne), was built in c1854 from split pine slabs (later covered with corrugated iron) by Peter McGinnis for his wife, seven children and adopted Aboriginal boy, Jowley. In 1846, McGinnis had been the first European to be granted land in the area.  Edward Lascelles took over the run in 1877 and on part of the land created the small town of Hopetoun, named after the Governor of Victoria.

Lake Corrong Station Homestead, Hopetoun (384km NW of Melbourne), was built in c1854 from split pine slabs (later covered with corrugated iron) by Peter McGinnis for his wife, seven children and adopted Aboriginal boy, Jowley. In 1846, McGinnis had been the first European to be granted land in the area. Edward Lascelles took over the run in 1877 and on part of the land created the small town of Hopetoun, named after the Governor of Victoria.