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Offline Wiggy

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Re: Photo restoration Desvovich bakery
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 22 December 18 05:12 GMT (UK) »
What a great photo and a lovely big gum tree in the right hand side.  Where is it PCB?

Carol, your second post looks as if it is raining hard . . .  and possibly the locals would have been very grateful if it had been!    ;D

Merry Christmas folks.

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Re: Photo restoration Desvovich bakery
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 22 December 18 10:04 GMT (UK) »
Fantastic photo and restorations.
So interesting and full of character.
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Re: Photo restoration Desvovich bakery
« Reply #11 on: Monday 24 December 18 04:50 GMT (UK) »
We certainly could do with some rain to finish the year... and we are usually quite happy with our rainfall!!!
This photo is of the original Mount Pleasant Bakery in South Australia. The building no longer stands, having been demolished in 1935 for the building of an Elders stock & station agent office and house, which does still exist, but as a private home now.
I am so happy to have the chance to add this to our collection at the Mount Pleasant District History Room.
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