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Edithburgh South Australia images - historic buildings
This building was previously a Bank on Edith Street Edithburgh and is situated next to the old Edithburgh RSL. I am unsure which bank occupied the building, possible the Bank of South Australia. As far as I know it has never operated as a shop at any time.
This limestone building in your photo was the Edithburgh RSL. I don't think it was a shop at any time. The building is on Edith Street on the corner of Ansley Terrace. It almost opposite the the Police Station residence which is a little further to the East and next to the Police Station. It is currently a private residence, prior to this was an informal art gallery operated by a Peter McGlinchey an artist who was resident there. I am not sure when it was built and if it had any other use prior to being the site of the Edithburgh RSL.
This is the old Harbour Masters house overlooking the Edithburgh Jetty and old Salt silo site at the eastern end of Edith Street Edithburgh. Now a private residence. Looks like it is being renovated in this shot.
This used to be a butchers shop on the corner of Edith and Blanch Street Edithburgh until maybe sometime into the late 1970's or early 1980's. It remained vacant for a long period and was then operated as a 'Chinese' restaurant. That then closed and it remained vacant for a time. It was then opened as the "Location Cafe" sometime around 2000.
- Great body of work you have uploaded. Keep up the good work. Felix505 (talk) 17:57, 6 August 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks. Where possible I try and verify buildings but sometimes I am unable to, and as such rely on the wiki process to provide more accurate descriptions. Feel free to edit the descriptions as needed and I am happy to move the images to better names if needed. Cheers, Mattinbgn/talk 06:49, 8 August 2010 (UTC)