Monthly Archives: April 2014

Armaments factory @ Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

I recently had the privilege of being allowed to photograph ‘certain areas’ within the  Armaments factory located at Bendigo, Victoria. Built in the mid 1940s and located in Bendigo, Victoria, the armaments factory started with WWII production before moving into … Continue reading

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O’Keffe rail trail

Originally a steam rail line built in 1888 by Andrew O’Keffe to service Bendigo to Axedale, the line fell into disrepair before new life was injected in the form of a converted bike trail by the Victorian state government. The … Continue reading

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Demolition for 117 year old home

  In my last post I show cased a distressed property and just a few days later, irony strikes that very same property. Originally built in the 1890s, my local newspaper (The Bendigo Advertiser) is reporting that she is now … Continue reading

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Urban exploration pt3 – an emotional rollercoaster

Deeply disturbing yet silently beautiful, this is how I describe my latest bout of urban exploration. An historically old house, fallen into rack and ruin, fought over by family and council alike, now sits starkly proud amongst the abandoned block … Continue reading

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