Later dances were held in the wool shed.
People who attended these dances travelled miles in open sulkies, the little ones in blankets on the tray of the sulky, the youngest clutched on mother's lap. The home cooked goodies for supper were strapped somewhere on the back. Cold or hot they went for their social outing and what's more, they went with one idea to have a good time and they did have a good time. lf a fight developed among the "young blades" that merely added to the excitement. News was passed on and friends met and romances began.
Ref: LUE 1823-1984 by Winifred Potts
Photo: Bruce Fleming collection
Works 1924, plus dam at foot of Manager’s Hill in foreground. Unfortunately a boy drowned here, which necessitated digging a hole in the wall to let water escape, thus allowing body to be located.Ref: Bruce Fleming
Photo: Bruce Flemng collection
Residence on left, on right is Drawing Office where plans were first drawn up in 1914 for construction of Works. It also served as the Pay Office for employees.
Photo taken 1914.Ref: Bruce Fleming