Photo Gallery

High Voltage

Hornibrooks erecting power poles in Brisbane Street. Original photo of the previous Henderson St background shot. (Love Family Collection).

Bulimba Boat Yards

The boat Yards at Hawthorne. Blondell's et al.

Anzac Day

In the 1970's Oxford St

Bulimba Boat Yards

Not exactly a boat yard however the yards with not have existed without the marine engineers being close by. Byron Street and Mc Connel Street had several boat related businesses. (Photo courtesy Baddiley Family collection)

Bulimba Boat Yards

2016 the A Baddiley shed in 2016. A great save for a bit of the waterfront history. (Love family collection)

Banya Street aircraft recycling.

1943 a shed was built in Banya Street (Originally James Street). It was used to recycle crashed aircraft. Materials were melted down to be reused in construction of more aircraft. Many local lads played in the aircraft before they were recycled. (Photo SLQ)

Sailing Hamilton Reach

Before WW II showing the houses that were removed from the river bank to make way for Bulimba Camp A. ( Photo found on a disk from QMM. G Negus Photo)

Preparing to race.

Many racing Skiffs used to launch from the front yard of the riverside homes. There are still a few sheds left on the waterfront even today. (Photo from QMM Disk, G Negus collection)

Bulimba Boat Yards

Norman R Wright's Quay St. The shed was removed from Newstead and rebuilt in Quay Street 1937. Another photo from the QMM Disk by G Negus)

Bulimba Boat Yards

Another of the Boat Sheds on the river that housed sailing boats. (Wright Family Photo)

Bulimba Boat Yards

Joy vi on the ramp at N R Wright's Quay St Bulimba. The dinghy shed was an important part of sailing early on as there were no established club houses.(Wright Family Collection)

A local Factory.

Does anyone know what this building was used for in a previous life? (Love family Collection)

Bulimba Ferry Terminal.

Building here certainly changed the ferry precinct. (Bullock Family Collection).

Bulimba Businesses

M R Hornibrooks At the end of Carr Street. the buildings were built during WW II. (Foxcroft Family Collection)

Bulimba Shops

Gibbons shop next to the old shell garage. (Hardman Family Collection)

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