Sundell Holden differs a little from some of my recent works being that isn’t very historically significant or important.
White Bay Power Station
White Bay Power Station has been a well-known landmark in Sydney’s Inner West for over 100 years. The site played a vital role in the development of the economy of Sydney and New South Wales.
I’m struggling to find much information on this Abandoned Bakery. It was built around 1950 and at one point, it was owned State Rail and after that by Goodman Fielder.
Macquarie Boys Technology High
The school was established on this site in 1957 after moving from its previous location in Parramatta. Over time, Macquarie Boys Technology High experienced a sharp decline in enrolments and developed some reputational problems.
Callan Park is a heritage-listed former insane asylum located in Rozelle, part of Sydney’s Inner West. The main body of the Callan Park Mental Hospital is the Kirkbride Complex. The asylum was designed in 1877
by James Barnet, Colonial Architect, in collaboration with Frederick Norton Manning, Inspector of the Insane.
The ATL Building was originally the home of Automatic Totalisers Limited.
The company produced calculation machines used for ticket printing and issuing, sales recording in department stores and racecourse totaliser practice.
Queen Victoria Sanitorium
Queen Victoria Sanitorium was built as a retreat for Sir Kelso King around 1890 in Wentworth Falls on the Kings Tableland. This part of the grounds remains on the site today.