Aerial Photographs

Aerial photographs of Kogarah Municipality, 1953 – photographed from the original, by Andy Brill © July 26, 2013 and May 3, 2014:

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Mortdale, Penshurst & Oatley 1953 – aerial photograph, taken from the original May 3, 2014 by Andy Brill © [Large Size 1948 x 2048 px]

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Kogarah Bay & Sans Souci 1953 – aerial photograph, taken from the original July 26, 2013 by Andy Brill © [Original Size 4950 x 5390 px]

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Kogarah Bay, Blakehurst & Kyle Bay 1953 – aerial photograph, taken from the original July 26, 2013 by Andy Brill © [Large Size 2048 x 1874 px]

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Allawah & Beverley Park 1951 – aerial photograph, taken from the original November 4, 2013, by Andy Brill © [Original Size 5066 x 5356 px] Allawah (top left), Beverley Park and Kogarah Bay (bottom), and Carss Park (bottom left). Allawah railway station (extreme left) and Carlton railway station (top centre). Left of Beverley Park Golf Course, overlooking Kogarah Bay is “Carlton”, built in the 1840s by the pioneering Carroll Family, the original grantees of the land central to this photograph. 

Kogarah, Ramsgate & Beverley Park 1953

Kogarah, Ramsgate & Beverley Park 1953 – aerial photograph, taken from the original November 4, 2013 by Andy Brill © [Original Size 5066 x 5380 px] Kogarah (top left), Ramsgate (right) and Beverley Park (bottom left). Monterey (top right) with Ramsgate Beach facing Botany Bay. Kogarah railway station (top left). The narrow lake is Scarborough Park Pond. Moorefields race course (top centre), just below “Moorefields House” – a mansion built in the mid 1800s by the pioneer settler, Patrick Moore.

Oatley & Mortdale 1953

Oatley & Mortdale 1953 – aerial photograph, taken from the original May 5, 2014 by Andy Brill © [Large Size 1934 x 2048 px]  Oatley (right), Mortdale (top right), Lime Kiln Bay (right), and Jew Fish Bay (bottom) and Gungah Bay (bottom right).

 

 

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