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Northmead: Between Two Councils

Publisher: Private Publisher

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 148 pages
Author: P. Trimmer
Year: 2009
ISBN: 9780975792414
Other: b&w photos, bibliog, index
Publisher: Pam Trimmer

All you wanted to know about the history and changes that have occurred on and about Windsor Road and the changing suburb of Northmead. It covers the area from North Rocks Road to Holy Trinity Anglican Church from the time of the convicts and the first grants and the New Windsor Road (which was laid down under instruction from Governor Macquarie) to the present day.

Northmead, while not a vibrant suburb, has enjoyed the proximity of the hub of Parramatta and shared its existence between the two councils of The Hills Shire and Parramatta City. The suburb has watched the world got by on the Windsor Road.

This 160 page book comes complete with a bibliography, index and photos, some that have not been published before.

Cost of book: $30.00 (exc GST), postage within Australia $10.00 per book
For posting overseas, please contact the author

Payment must be made in Australian dollars, and can be paid by cheque or money order.

This title can be ordered direct from:
Pam Trimmer
PO Box 1141
Balkham Hills
NSW 1775

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