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353 Freemans Reach Road, Freeman's Reach Hawkesbury River, NSW. Two-storey Victorian house with a steeply pitched gabled roof providing additional attic accommodation. A skillion roofed two storey verandah runs along the north elevation. The house has a rear skillion. Chimneys are at the ends of the house and have corbelled brickwork. This house and barn is listed on the NSW Heritage register.

353 Freemans Reach Road, Freeman's Reach Hawkesbury River, NSW. Two-storey Victorian house with a steeply pitched gabled roof providing additional attic accommodation. A skillion roofed two storey verandah runs along the north elevation. The house has a rear skillion. Chimneys are at the ends of the house and have corbelled brickwork. This house and barn is listed on the NSW Heritage register.

The original Hawkesbury railway Bridge, NSW, ca. 1895. When it was built, one of the piers had to be drilled deep into the bedrock below the river, and at the time that pier was the DEEPEST structure in the world.

The original Hawkesbury railway Bridge, NSW, ca. 1895. When it was built, one of the piers had to be drilled deep into the bedrock below the river, and at the time that pier was the DEEPEST structure in the world.

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