Carcoar Railway Station 1888 by DashTravels

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Carcoar, New South Wales (Australia), is a historic village set in a dell by the oak-lined banks of the Belubula River With steep hills surrounding it Carcoar is a village of untouched 19th century charm, that feels like a traditional English village. The town has been classified by the National Trust due to the number of intact 19th-century buildings which have only been preserved and restored – there has been no reconstruction or replication. The Mid Western highway bypass overlooks the village but many people are drawn in to the delightful village which is the third oldest town west of the Blue Mountains.

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I enjoy travelling, sightseeing and iconic Australian landscapes, locations and artefacts. My images reflect things that I see which I want to remember and share with others. People enjoy my images so I decided to share them with a wider audience and see where things lead. If you would like to use my artwork for a worthy cause then drop me a line (dash789@bigpond.com). I have a vast collection of Australian travel images and can compile calendars to suit your theme/purpose.

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