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This store opened in the late 1800's selling all things required for horses miners house wives and is as it was when it closed 100 years later. The stock on the shelves the same items - some brands still available today but interesting to note...More
We visited the museum with a group of car club friends over Easter. We had Morning Tea there and were very impressed with the quality and quantity of the food. All the staff are volunteers who went out of their way to please our group.
My Mother "Melba" was born in Tingha back in 1934 she lived in Tingha until the age of 19 years old, she was one of many six siblings who were all born and breed here, her maiden name was (King); her father used to work...More
We popped by this little gem while exploring the area one of our relatives grew up in many years ago. Wing Hing Long was established in the late 19th century as one of a number of stores servicing the tin mining district. Tin was first...More
Well worth a look and a chat for all the local history, allow a good hour at least and make sure to go out the back and upstairs to see the original living accommodation.
It is like stepping back in time
Wing Hing Museum, situated in the small mining town of Tingha, in the New England area of New South Wales is a must to see when travelling through this district.
Original goods that used to be sold from this store are still on view in...More