Photos from earlier than 1912.

Carting wheat on "Warrah Station", early 1900's. Charlie Shuttlwood is in the cab, behind the steering wheel, other workers standing are unknown.

A busy days shearing at Warrah shearing shed, 1870.

Another photo of Warrah stations traction steam engine. Charlie Shuttlewood is standing on right, others unknown. Photo thanks to Quirindi's historical cottage.

The huts on "Old Warrah". Photo thanks to the Quirindi historical cottage.

Rare photo of the "Old Warrah" homestead before it burnt down in 1896. To the left is the shingle roof cottages that are still standing today. Photo thanks to the Quirindi historical cottage.

Warrah washpool, about 1870. Washing sheep prior to shearing. If you look very closely, you can just make out the steam engine in the shed at rear, slightly to the left, under the smoke stack. Photo thanks to Quirindi's historical cottage.

Warrah woolshed. Photo thanks to Quirindi historical cottage.

New Warrah station. Photo thanks to Quirindi's historical cottage.

"Warrah" woolshed, with workers standing out front. Photo thanks to Quirindi's historical cottage.

New Warrah Station. The cottage, overseer and jackeroos lodgings. Photo thanks to Quirindi's historical cottage.

Warrah Station shearers in the 1890's. Michael Fitzpatrick standing at rear.

Michael Fitzpatrick, "Glenore", shearing on "Warrah".

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max Herman | Reply 30.12.2015 15:40

great record of our history

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27.12 | 18:19

Just a quick point re Mary Gallagher (Pearson). While Mary did die in Armidale the date was 26 September 1886 (NSW BDM 12817/1886)

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27.12 | 18:13

Just a quick point re Mary Gallagher (Pearson). While Mary did die in Armidale the date was 26 September 1886 (NSW BDM 12817/1886)

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18.12 | 17:53

Thank you so much Geoff, love the photos our 4 sons will have a great time going through all of them. Wonderful memories.

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18.12 | 15:00

That was quick Heather. Well done. I've tagged you in a few things. Hope you enjoy it.

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