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All photographs in this gallery were taken by R. J. Burling

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Main Street of Tenterfield - View 1
The historical main street of Tenterfield,. Details about this area of Tenterfield can be found in Historic Walk 1 and in Historic Walk 2.
Main Street of Tenterfield - View 2
Tenterfield Saddlery
The Tenterfield Saddlery is one part of Tenterfield that is internationally known, made famous by one of Tenterfield's own, Peter Allen, in his famous song about his Grandfather.
Tenterfield Saddlery
The last train into the Tenterfield Railway Station was on October 24, 1989 but through the efforts of the local Railway Preservation Society, the station is 'staying on the rails'.
Tenterfield School of Arts
The School of Arts building was the venue for Parkes' famous Tenterfield speech of October 24, 1889 - which set in motion the popular movement resulting in Australian Federation of January 1, 1901.
Tenterfield School of Arts
Centenary Cottage Museum
On the left is Tenterfield's Centenary Cottage Museum and, on the right, one of the many buildings in Tenterfield that reflect the heritage of the town.
Heritage Building

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