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East Fremantle buildings etc.

Some heritage - and some lost - buildings of the Town of East Fremantle

townhallTown Hall/Post Office/Police Station

presPresbyterian Church (lost)

stpetesSt Peter's Anglican Church (lost)

methPlympton Methodist Church, Glyde Street

bapWoodside Baptist Church

richmondRichmond Cinema (lost)

mayfairMayfair Cinema, Petra Street

brushBrush Factory, Duke Street

royalRoyal George Hotel

plymptonPlympton Hotel

captfCaptain Fremantle Motor Lodge, East Street & Riverside Road

phoenixPhoenix Brewery

castlemaineCastlemaine Brewery

carrollCarrolls' house (Left Bank bar and cafe)

laceyLaceys A1 Cash Store

hallPearse's Hall

pearseGeorge Pearse house, 37 Hamilton Street

woodlawnWoodlawn, 20 Osborne Road

woodsideWoodside Hospital, 18 Dalgety Street

racewayRichmond Raceway

lockeLocke Park (with rotunda)

kitsonKitson Park

eastfreoovalEast Fremantle Oval

richmondRichmond (Bridge) Hotel (not in East Fremantle, despite the name)

Braemar House, 10 Windsor Road
Kaleeyah Hospital, Staton Road
St Helen's Hospital, 33 Moss Street
Richmond Primary School, 37 Windsor Road
East Fremantle Primary School (Plympton School) - not in East Fremantle

Buildings on the 'official' heritage tour but not on my list above: Dovenby house, Glanville's Buildings, Angwin house 3 Glyde Street, 38 Sewell Street, George Street Mews [a terrace, not a mews].

References

Charlesworth, Helene 1997, Small but Strong: a Pictorial History of the Town of East Fremantle 1897-1997, Town of East Fremantle.

Ewers, John K. 1971, The Western Gateway: A History of Fremantle, Fremantle City Council, with UWAP, rev. ed. [1st ed. 1948].

Hitchcock, JK 1929, The History of Fremantle, The Front Gate of Australia 1829-1929, Fremantle City Council.

Lee, Jack 1979, This is East Fremantle (The story of a town and its people), East Fremantle Town Council.

Links

East Fremantle Heritage pages.
Heritage Trail.
Museum of Perth's Streets of East Freo website.


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