Broken Hill Trades Hall, Broken Hill

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The Broken Hill Trades Hall is a heritage-listed trades hall at 34 Sulphide Street, Broken Hill, City of Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by Tom Jackson and built from 1898 to 1905. The property is owned by the Trades Hall Trust. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.
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  • Either as a Trade Unionist or an admirer of beautiful buildings this is a must to see , the architecture is wonderful for a town such as Broken Hill that is over a 1000 kilometres from Sydney.  more »
  • The outside of this place is a great example of Victorian architecture but the gem is on the inside The great hall inside is a beautiful fine and elegant hall unlike both its outside and anything I.....  more »
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  • Small but a very important part of Broken Hill's history and a must visit in town.
  • Interesting building visited as of train trip on Indian Pacific. Entertaining mock union meeting of miners demanding better conditions.

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