Location 236
Location #236. Chair.
Map 11

Jocelyn Road


Birnies Gully


Location #236. Chair. Birnies Gully / Birnies Creek

Still Standing


Construction Details

Wire rope cable on railway iron supports braced by chain and spike in a concrete anchor. Chair - flat steel, round frame to carry a milk can or similar.

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Interested Parties

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Group Date Description
1 c1951 - 2005 Various owners as listed. Details


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Note Date Short Description Note Text
2664 c1950 Building of the chair. It appears that Mr Lavender may have built the 'flying fox' to transfer milk/cream and or pig food across Birnies Creek to the piggery and cow byre on the western bank.
2665 c1950 Location of the chair. On Birnies Creek, Birnies Gully, adjacent to Jocelyn Road. Approx 100m along Jocelyn Road from the Gully Road intersection.
2666 c1950 Construction details. A wire stretched across Birnies Gully from Jocelyn Road to the western bank, supported on railway iron uprights, braced with chain. The 'chair' consisted of a flat steel round frame to carry a milk can or similar.
2667 various Owners of the 'chair' John E Lavender - c1951 - c1957 A Wilson - c1958 - c1965 R Anderson - c1965 - c1977 R Hall - c1977 - c1979 I Lloyd - c1979 - 2002 A Young - 2002 - 2005


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