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Abandoned Histories: Wolston Park Asylum. My dad worked here for over 30 years.

Abandoned Histories: Wolston Park Asylum. My dad worked here for over 30 years.

[Entrance to Hornibrook Highway, Brisbane, Queensland] [picture] /

[Entrance to Hornibrook Highway, Brisbane, Queensland] [picture] /

Brisbane Bridge Hotel, Brisbane, ca. 1878 - Erected on the south side of Stanley Street, between Melbourne Street and Russell Street, Brisbane. The hotel was built for Samuel Aburnethy in 1867. When this photograph was taken, John Graham, second from right, was the licensee. In 1888 he erected the palatial Graham's Hotel beside this building.

Brisbane Bridge Hotel, Brisbane, ca. 1878 - Erected on the south side of Stanley Street, between Melbourne Street and Russell Street, Brisbane. The hotel was built for Samuel Aburnethy in 1867. When this photograph was taken, John Graham, second from right, was the licensee. In 1888 he erected the palatial Graham's Hotel beside this building.

Queen Street, during an air raid test alarm, Brisbane, 1942  ...Brisbane could never claim to be a metropolis. One of the biggest problems for out-of-towners, including Australians from other States, was actually finding the city centre...  John Oxley Library, State Library of QLD Neg: 99716

Queen Street, during an air raid test alarm, Brisbane, 1942 ...Brisbane could never claim to be a metropolis. One of the biggest problems for out-of-towners, including Australians from other States, was actually finding the city centre... John Oxley Library, State Library of QLD Neg: 99716

The Haunts of Brisbane: Wellington Point's Whepstead House: Where the ghost stories are plentiful, & so are the inaccuracies...

The Haunts of Brisbane: Wellington Point's Whepstead House: Where the ghost stories are plentiful, & so are the inaccuracies...

Victoria Park Railway Tunnel in Brisbane, Australia played host to one of Brisbane's most famous ghosts in 1965, after a group of local children overheard rumours suggesting a ghost had been observed within the tunnel. The following night, the intrepid ghost hunters crept down in the hope of spotting the spook. One boy, was apparently accosted by a misty green, armless, legless, headless apparition that seemed to materialise from the wall of the tunnel.

Victoria Park Railway Tunnel in Brisbane, Australia played host to one of Brisbane's most famous ghosts in 1965, after a group of local children overheard rumours suggesting a ghost had been observed within the tunnel. The following night, the intrepid ghost hunters crept down in the hope of spotting the spook. One boy, was apparently accosted by a misty green, armless, legless, headless apparition that seemed to materialise from the wall of the tunnel.

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