1 Allambee Crescent

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House Number: 
1
Street Name: 
Allambee Crescent
Plan number: 
108R
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Back references from House in Tenancy for Place: 1 Allambee Crescent
Memories Resident Family House

Immediate Neighbours: John Wolf (LH side), Noel Clark, Ian Code, John Hutchinson (RH side)
Nearby Neighbours: Ian Rung, Roland McArthur, Mrs Snape (Erica St shop), McPherson, Hedt, Val McGoldrick, Magnuson, McLennan, Black, Bob Brisco

Hill 1 Allambee Crescent
Back references from Relationship in Photo for Place: 1 Allambee Crescent
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1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Jim Hill at 1 Allambee Cres - 1950

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - August 1964

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - August 1964

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - 1949

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - August 1951

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - August 1951

1 Allambee Crescent
1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Snow at 1 Allambee Cres - August 1964

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

Outside 1 Allambee Cres - 1974
Farewell to Peter & Helen Hill, starting around Australia on their working holiday - with parents Gwenda & Jim and friends, Heather & Wayne Fanley

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

13 Dec 1975 - Jim & Gwenda Hill moving from 1 Allambee Cres to Kiama Downs

1 Allambee Cres - Hill Family

13 Dec 1975 - Jim & Gwenda Hill moving from 1 Allambee Cres to Kiama Downs

Back references from Relationships in School Photos for Place: 1 Allambee Crescent
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St Therese's Primary School - 1955

St Therese's Primary School - 1955 Prep Grade
Peter Hill Front Left Hand side

Comment

Great to see our old house relocated. The house was one of the last homes built in Yallourn and was a good sized three bedroom house. I remember their was a wood fired copper laundry trough in the back shed early on before an electric washing machine with rollers arrived in the house laundry.
I nearly burnt the house down while playing with matches in the laundry where we kept the old newspapers, I got a firm belting for that. The SEC painters came every 7 years and painted the house in and out. We had the first SEC electric heat bank heater setup in the lounge for testing, on moving I then set it up in my house in Traralgon.