Dwelling #412 Pennyweight Gully, south east of location #65. Right bank at the base of the rock outcrop.
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3364||2004||General notes.||Dwelling #412 had been hidden in the thick briar until construction work for the Bannockburn Heights subdivision uncovered it. At this time (Jan 2004), no history of the dwelling can be found. This area of Pennyweight Gully is to be partly back-filled as work proceeds on the subdivision. As a result, dwelling #412 has now been destroyed and covered with fill. The details of the original construction are unknown. What remained when recorded in 2004 was the remains of low dry stone walls, roughly constructed. The dwelling was approx 6m long (east west) and 4m wide.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|1033||Paul Crump - Bannockburn||2004||Location #412 - Hut (?) Pennyweight Gully - looking southwest.||View Image|
|1034||Paul Crump - Bannockburn||2004||Location #412 - Hut (?) Pennyweight Gully - closeup looking east||View Image|