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Emu Plains today

Moore, Beth2013
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An overview of Emu Plains, a suburb of the City of Penrith with historical information about its buildings, houses, streets and people.
Main title:
Emu Plains today / compiled by Beth Moore
Emu Plains NSW Nepean District Historical Society 2013
33 pages photographs maps
Aboriginal culture, sculpture in Lion's Park, Emu Plains - Crossing the Nepean River: Emu Ford, Punt Road, Victoria Bridge, Nepean Railway Bridge, Penrith Valley Bridge - Buildings: Melrose Hall, Assembly Hall, Railway Station, Police station - Dwellings: Emu Hall, Orange Grove, Huntington Hall, Green Gables, Westbank, Yodalla, Yamba, Government house (Dungarth), Lewers Gallery, Rayners cottage, Mortimer House - Schools - Emu Plains Public School, Our Lady of the Way School, Nepean High School - Churches: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Uniting Church, St Pauls Anglican church - Emu Plains general, cemetery, Annie Unwin - Hotels and inns: Union Inn, Australian Arms, Arms of Australia - monuments, plaques, sport creeks: Knapsack Bridge, Jamison Creek, Dukes Oval, War Memorial, Ray Morphett pavilion - Heritage conservation - historical timeline - population - street names
Dewey class:
994.41 EMU
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