File:St Peter's Church Campbelltown (11231978893).jpg

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English: collections/view/id/3305/title/Early Australian Architecture - Frank Walker
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current23:04, 24 July 2015Thumbnail for version as of 23:04, 24 July 20151,099 × 779 (537 KB) (talk | contribs)== {{int:filedesc}} == {{subst:chc}} {{information |description={{en|1="The church was erected in the year 1824, and like nearly all the other 'Macquarie Churches' is after the style of an old English village church. It is square built, with a tow...
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