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Hotel keepers 'incinerated' during Central West pub blaze.
Emily Gobourg
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A copy of certified death certificates for Cargo couple in the Central West, John and Mary Carmody. Picture from NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages
Hundreds of historic sites hidden in plain sight.
William Davis Carla Freedman Jude Keogh
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History of Orange. Places in Orange NSW. Historic landmarks across the Colour City. Queen Elizabeth II tree, Bloomfield Hospital, Fairbridge Farm School, Gnoo Blas Racetrack and hundreds more. Pictures by Carla Freedman.
'One of the most cowardly and cold-blooded crimes'.
Emily Gobourg
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Page 80 of the Gaol Inmates/Prisoners Photos Index 1870-1930 of Alfred Ahsel Syrjalainen. Picture from Museums of History NSW
Entire project is expected to take at least two years.
Riley Krause
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Kristen Foliaki and Nick Rathburn outside the Royal Hotel where historic signage has returned. Picture by Carla Freedman
'It's in need of some renewal and I'm sure it's in good hands.'
Riley Krause
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Luke Wilkinson was the driving force behind the construction of Orange's Adventure Playground. Picture by Riley Krause
Mining at Cadia started with copper in the 1800s.
Tanya Marschke
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The former Cadia village in the 1900s. There are no known photos from Cadia in the 1860s. Picture supplied
One myth suggests that Orange received its name when tap water was first introduced to the town in October 1890.
Grace Dudley
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A crowd of people watch Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr Spooner announce Orange's 150th anniversary celebrations. Picture courtesy of NSW State Library.

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