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Charleston, Post Office Hotel, Templemore Hotel, Victoria Shoeing Forge. 1800 s.
Charleston mid 1800 s. Post Office Hotel corner, next door to the Victoria Shoeing Forge - Thomas CRUMPTON, blacksmith and wheelwright.  Templemore Hotel. - note the road surface
blacksmith John George HARTILL and family, Charleston.
Mr John George HARTILL and family on a street in Charleston, outside his workshop and adjoining home.  He was a blacksmith & tinsmith by trade and a good tradesman with
A street in Charleston mid 1800 s.
A street in Charleston in the gold strike days of the mid 1800 s, the butcher boy with his basket delivering meat, the photographer's wife and child enjoying a sunny
Charleston Hospital in 1867.
The Charleston Hospital in 1867, with the matron and some of her patients at the front gate.
Princes Street (West), Charleston 1870.
Princes Street (West), Charleston 1870.  C J HURST, Fruiterer and Seedsman.  PERRETT.  WEST.  Was the original site of the Caledonian Hotel that had burnt down in 1869.  A busy street