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about 1900 the stage coach from Addisons Flat to Westport, at the foot of McPaddens Hill, buildings are McPADDEN's cowsheds
little steamer S.S. Karamea crossing the Nile River bar at Charleston, outward bound with a full load of yellow pine railway sleepers cut from the bush area at Charleston, she made
the Shamrock Hotel at Addisons Flat, the first hotel built at Addison's Flat and the last building to survive at Addisons, originally built by John HAYES in 1867, but was
remains of a miners cottage at Addisons Flat (see also copy 0262) advertisement in local newspaper - Phillip McENROE, Shamrock Hotel, Store and Bakery, Addison's Flat.
the Nile River suspension bridge, the entrance to Charleston by road from Westport, in the year 1909, Billy HANNA's coach conveyed passengers from Westport to Charleston and the journey took