A Semi -Regular Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.
Friday, August 5, 2011
Emmaville, an isolated village on the New England Tablelands, was founded on a tin mining boom in the 1870's so it is fitting that many buildings in the town are made from corrugated iron. This architectural style is unusual and admired for its uniqueness in Australia but I don't think many people would actually like to live in a corrugated iron house.
This is an old hall or church. More corrugated iron houses when we visit another mining village called Tingha in a few days.