Album of views of Willunga and surrounding district [B 55417] • Photograph

Mrs John Allen

Mrs John Allen

PORTRAIT: Mrs. John Allen of Waverly Park, Willunga.

Howard J. Jacobs

Howard J. Jacobs

PORTRAIT: Howard J. Jacobs who owned and operated a shop on the Aldinga Road, Willunga. This view was taken on his 21st birthday; he died in 1957 at the age of 74.

Alice Dowty

Alice Dowty

PORTRAIT: Alice Dowty whose family owned and operated a store on the Aldinga Road, Willunga.

Demolition of shops at Willunga

Demolition of shops at Willunga

WILLUNGA: The demolition of shops on the Aldinga Road at Willunga.

The last steam train to leave Willunga

The last steam train to leave Willunga

WILLUNGA: The last night steam train about to leave Willunga on its return trip to Adelaide. It was hauled by an RX207 engine and left on Wednesday 30th April, 1969.

Willunga Royal Mail Coach

Willunga Royal Mail Coach

Willunga Royal Mail Coach. The driver is Walter Branson and Frank Aldam is second from the right. The service operated between Adelaide and Willunga and was disbanded following the opening of the railway.

Bay at Port Willunga

Bay at Port Willunga

PORT WILLUNGA: The bay at Port Willunga; local resident Stan How in the foreground.

Construction work on a railway bridge

Construction work on a railway bridge

NOARLUNGA: Construction work on a railway bridge over the Onkaparinga at Noarlunga.

The last daylight steam train from Willunga to Adelaide

The last daylight steam train from Willunga to Adelaide

NOARLUNGA: The 25 year old engine, "The Duchess of Gloucester", steams out of Noarlunga hauling the last daylight steam train on the return trip from Willunga to Adelaide, Sunday 27th April 1969.

Premises of Reeves Bros., McLaren Vale

Premises of Reeves Bros., McLaren Vale

McLAREN VALE: Reeves Bros. delivery vans outside the store at McLaren Vale. Phil Reeves (right) part owner of the business. The building was demolished in about 1972 to make way for a new shopping centre.

The tug 'Foremost'

The tug 'Foremost'

SHIP COLLECTION: The tug "Foremost" taken from the bow of the "Largs Bay" on Coronation Day.

Adelaide Railway Station

Adelaide Railway Station

ADELAIDE RAILWAY STATION: A general view of a train leaving Adelaide Railway Station.

Butterworth's Flour Mill

Butterworth's Flour Mill

Butterworth's Flour Mill at Aldinga with a row of men in the foreground all carrying musical instruments for a brass band.

Morphett Vale Railway Station

Morphett Vale Railway Station

MORPHETT VALE: The railway station.

Hackham Railway Station

Hackham Railway Station

HACKHAM: The railway station.

Noarlunga Railway station

Noarlunga Railway station

NOARLUNGA: The railway station.

Willunga Railway Station

Willunga Railway Station

WILLUNGA: The railway station.

Reynella Railway Station

Reynella Railway Station

REYNELLA: The railway station.

Port Willunga cliff face

Port Willunga cliff face

PORT WILLUNGA: This 'Face' has been carved by the elements on a cliff at Port Willunga. The remains of the jetty can be seen in the back ground.

Willunga Methodist Church bell

Willunga Methodist Church bell

WILLUNGA: The Willunga Methodist Church bell is shown 30 ft. above the ground in an old red gum. The bell has been in the tree for over 50 years and may have been from the original Methodist church which was built in 1846.

Australian Slate Quarries

Australian Slate Quarries

WILLUNGA: Workers at the Australian Slate Quarries installing a crane.

The grave of James Burt

The grave of James Burt

WEST TERRACE CEMETERY: The grave of James Burt at West Terrace Cemetery; four N.C.O.s in uniform stand either side. James Burt died 1 September 1885.

Remains of Port Willunga jetty

Remains of Port Willunga jetty

PORT WILLUNGA: The remains of the Port Willunga jetty.

Frank Hailstone ploughing on his Dingabledinga property

Frank Hailstone ploughing on his Dingabledinga property

WILLUNGA: Frank Hailstone ploughing with bullocks on his Dingabledinga property, near Willunga.

Members of the District Council of Willunga

Members of the District Council of Willunga

WILLUNGA: Members of the District Council of Willunga, 1953. Back Row, l-r: A.H. Johnston; M.A.J. Nolan; F. Croser; B.G. Dunstan (District Clerk); C.K. Lovelock. Front Row, l-r: T.M.A. Ryan; B. St.J. Proctor (Chairman); W.R. Pengilly.

House made of slate at Willunga

House made of slate at Willunga

WILLUNGA: "Glantowe", the house made of slate at Willunga.

Noarlunga Sand Company Ltd at Maslins Beach

Noarlunga Sand Company Ltd at Maslins Beach

Maslin Beach: Noarlunga Sand Company Ltd. sand storage bin adjacent to Willunga Railway at Pedler Creek. The bin could store 400 ton of sand which was delivered by a flying fox with its pick-up point at Maslin Beach 1 1/4 miles away. Trucks of sand were railed to Adelaide to be used for building.