FIRE’S ON! TRAGEDY IN THE GLENBROOK TUNNEL

FIRE'S ON! TRAGEDY IN THE GLENBROOK TUNNEL

There are plans to re-open the old tunnel to visitors. Construction of the now disused Glenbrook railway tunnel began in 1891. It was opened the following year. Artist Arthur Streeton, then just 24,  had been living at Glenbrook for several months in 1891. His time was spent 

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A WORLD WAR II SECRET AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

A WORLD WAR II SECRET AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

Recently I posted the story of the Glenbrook railway tunnel during WWII.  The disused tunnel was  secretly used as an RAAF  storage depot, for chemicals such as mustard gas and phosogene.  The decision to stockpile  the chemicals was due to  fear of a Japanese invasion.  Japan had 

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