Honeysuckle Point Railway Workshops, 1885-

From Engineering Heritage New South Wales

The Honeysuckle Point Railway Workshops were established in 1856 to service the independent NSW Great Northern Railway, originating from Newcastle.

The buildings remaining are rare examples of the design principles used for late 19th century industrial buildings and the 16 ton rope-driven crane, built by Craven Brothers of Manchester (restored in 1996) represents the culmination of 19th century materials handling technology.

Newcastle Museum, NSW, Australia, April 2018.jpg

From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeysuckle_Point_Railway_Workshops#/media/File:Newcastle_Museum,_NSW,_Australia,_April_2018.jpg

Coordinates 32.9259°S 151.7714°E

EHS Honeysuckle Photograph 2.JPG

From: https://geocaching.com.au/gallery/cache/ga7705

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Engineering Heritage Recognition Program

Marker Type Historic Engineering Marker (HEM)
Award Date 1 October 1996
Prominent People Craven Brothers of Manchester
Nomination Document Available here
Ceremony Report Available here
Interpretation Panel As photo adjacent
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