Bluestone ruins

Redesdale, Victoria, Australia

93 km distance from Melbourne Town Hall.
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Bluestone ruins
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Is it nostalgia or cost which causes owners to choose to allow a property to naturally decay, rather than just demolish it? As with many rural ruins, this building has relatively modern fencing around it to prevent cattle getting too close. Sheep are grazing in the background.

Image Copyright (C) by Rowan Crowe



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