Federal Hotel, Childers

Keniger, Michael 1947-. Federal Hotel, Childers.

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Title Federal Hotel, Childers
Alternative Title Churchill Street aspect of Federal Hotel, Childers
Abstract/Summary The Federal Hotel is a two-storey timber hotel on a major street intersection at Childers and was constructed c1907 for hotelier William Ashby, following the redevelopment of the town centre after a major fire in 1902. Information taken from: Environmental Protection Agency, 2006, retrieved 5 April 2008, from www.epa.qld.gov.au
Date of construction c1907
Date photo taken 1986
Date scanned 2006-06-21
Publisher The University of Queensland Library
Photographer Keniger, Michael 1947-
Location Churchill Street, Childers, Queensland
North Street, Childers, Queensland
Australia
Category Commercial
Streetscapes
Subcategory Hotels
Main streets
Period Federation (1890-1915)
Style Federation filigree
Condition Renovated
Structural Systems & Elements Timber construction
Posts (structural elements)
Stumps
Building Materials Timber
Corrugated iron
Weatherboard
Cast iron
Architectural Features Two-storey
Awnings
Cast iron balustrades
Corner sites
Corrugated iron roofs
Downpipes
Filigree
Hipped roofs
Timber posts
Valances
Verandahs
Surrounding Features Shade trees
Centre parking
Rights Research and private study only. Not to be reproduced without prior written permission. Rights holder: Michael Keniger.
Additional Notes Located 52 km south of Bundaberg at the juncture of the Bruce and Isis Highways, Childers is the southern-most township of central Queensland. Childers is approximately 320 kilometres north-west of Brisbane. In 1902 a disastrous fire destroyed most of the southern side of the main street but the subsequent rebuilding has resulted in the amazing variety of architectural styles still largely intact today. The area’s primary industries include sugar cane and tomatoes.

Document type: Digilib Image
Collection: Queensland Country Towns
 
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