Entry, St Paul's Anglican Cathedral and Offices, Rockhampton

Keniger, Michael 1947-. Entry, St Paul's Anglican Cathedral and Offices, Rockhampton.

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Title Entry, St Paul's Anglican Cathedral and Offices, Rockhampton
Alternative Title St Paul's Anglican Cathedral Offices, St Paul's Day School
Abstract/Summary Approach to entry door and awning.
Date of construction 1900c
Date photo taken 1979
Date scanned 2006-09-06
Publisher The University of Queensland Library
Photographer Keniger, Michael 1947-
Location Rockhampton, Queensland
Australia
Category Religious
Subcategory Churches
Religious buildings
Period Federation (1890-1915)
Style Arts and Crafts
Structural Systems & Elements Masonry construction
Timber posts
Building Materials Brick
Tiles
Architectural Features Two-storey
Awnings
Pediments
Lattices
Timber-framed windows
Timber-framed doors
Rights Research and private study only. Not to be reproduced without prior written permission. Rights holder: Michael Keniger.
Additional Notes Rockhampton is situated on Queensland’s largest river, the Fitzroy, 633 kilometres north of Brisbane and just above the Tropic of Capricorn. Founded in 1858, a mini gold rush at Canoona - 48kms to the north - accelerated the establishment of the city. The city has retained a large number of heritage buildings, particularly within the Quay Street heritage precinct. While Rockhampton is largely known for its beef cattle industry, other primary industries in the region include agriculture and mining.

Document type: Digilib Image
Collection: Queensland Country Towns
 
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