Susannah Place, Sydney

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Susannah Place Museum (also here) is a row of four working-class terraces built in 1844. Rather than being "lovingly restored", each room reflects different occupiers over the terrace's 150 year history.

Most of these photos are external. There don't seem to be many internal photos online either.
Middle room of No. 62 (1970s) & basement kitchen of 58
Video about basement of No. 58
Kitchen of No. 60 (1940s Greek family)
Shop at No. 64


There are two rooms upstairs, two living rooms on the ground floor and a basement, where the kitchen was originally located.


No. 64, at the end, is a corner shop.


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Two of the terraces have wooden kitchen additions on the back.


Rear of No. 64.


Lean-to typed kitchen addition. (Probably No. 64)


Back living room connected to above kitche.


Rear of No. 62.


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Basement. Fairly sure this is No. 62. Its not No. 58.


Rear of No. 60

Trentham Cottage, Port Arthur/Carnarvon

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From the panel out the front"

"The building here now was built around 1900 by the Trenham family and was called Trentham Cottage. It is a typical house of the Carnovon period [after Port Arthur penal settlement closed down]. The house and garden have been restored to show how they might have looked in 1915."

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Looking from the front door.

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The short hall was two bedrooms opening off it, and a living room at the end. Unfortunately all these rooms are shown behind glass so they don't photograph well when you're in a hurry.

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