The main Kirkbride complex of Callan Park began construction began in 1878, as a solution to cope with the overflow from Gladesville hospital.
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.
West Ryde Pumping Station
West Ryde Pumping Station itself is still in operation and plays a vital role in supplying potable water to the northern suburbs of Sydney. It is the largest of it’s kind in the southern hemisphere.
Mittagong Maltings was originally constructed between 1898 and 1916. It consisted of three malthouses.
Box Hill Brickworks
The Box Hill Brickworks was established the site in 1884 and continued production until 1892 when it was closed as a result of the depression.
Abandoned Shoe Factory
Unfortunately, I can’t really offer much in the way of the history of this Abandoned Shoe Factory. I shot this site in 2011, not long after I began photographing abandoned buildings.
Seika Dormitory was constructed in the middle of Tokyo in 1927 to house predominantly Taiwanese students studying at the nearby Takushoku University.
The O-I Glass site was originally built around 1880, and part of the plant is still in operation today producing glass bottles.
Geelong B Power Station
Geelong B Power Station was opened in 1954 and for a time was the largest power station in Victoria. Originally fired by brown coal, it was eventually converted to be fuelled with briquettes, transported from the Latrobe Valley.