By Michael Bell
Where was Deadman’s Hill and who were the mates attempting to reach the bottom safely? Who was Tiger Kelly and who was Tony? People and times past will give the answers when Nathan Tilbury is the guest speaker at the Society’s meeting on the 12th March. Again we will meet in the Uniting Church , School Road, Galston at 2.00pm.
On the 12th February, Ken Leeson and Trevor Knight guided a happy gathering of some sixty members and friends, through the story, sound and mechanics of the church’s historic pipe organ.
It was an indication of everyones desire to be out and about after such a disappointing year of Covid 19 restrictions.
A bus trip to the Blue Mountains on the 15th March will be the Society ’s first tour of the year.
The Blue Mountains Historical Society will provide morning tea and an inspection of their museum, then lead our members on a guided tour of their area of interest.
It is always a pleasure to meet like minded and enthusiastic historians on our tours and surprising how many connections are made.