Location 102
Location #102 - Store Stables
Map 5

North Road



Location #102 - Store Stables. North Road, south side.

Still Standing


Construction Details

Timber framed, galvanised corrugated iron cladding. May have been built by George Bottcher.

Location Type

Commercial Building

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Interested Parties

The table below shows the groups of people that had an interest in this property, either as owners, residents, tenants or shareholders. Clicking on the 'Details' link will display a list of the individuals in the group along with any known historical information about them.

Group Date Description
1 1904 - 1915 James Horn Details
2 1915 - 1924 D A Jolly & Sons Details
3 1924 - 1928 Edward Lawrence Details


The table below shows any historical notes about the location.

Note Date Short Description Note Text
1524 1904 Building of the Store Stables James Horn enlarged his premises in 1904 and the stables may have been built at this time. They were built to hold seven horses. The three store horses, Derwent, Kate and Carrick were housed here.
1525 1924 General Notes Mr Edward (Ted) Lawrence cartage / mail contractor stabled his team of horses in the stables. The horses names were Andy, Fan, Star and Floss. Young Charlie Ellis of dwelling #109 was always willing to help groom the horses. Mr Lawrence kept his cart and gig in the store shed, location #129.
1526 1928 Stables were demolished. Ted Lawrence sold his team of horses, cart and gig, and replaced them with a Model T Ford truck. The store stables were dismantled, leaving the stone walls standing.


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Image Id Source Date Short Description
6 Eileen Olds 1921 Constructing the Bannockburn bowling green View Image