Narooma history is flourishing
This wonderful postcard image Town Centre in the 1930s has made an appearance (via Nurk Daddo) in the Narooma History in Photos Facebook page Olive Cannon made the comment on the site: "The bus is parked outside the shops & was owned by Haigh's. It came from Bega & went to Nowra every day. To catch the train & bring back the passenger's who had arrived by train for places south. People travelling from Eden were bought to Bega to catch the same bus." Sharon Bradly added" From the right going up the hill, Healey's Café, Syd Travis's Liquor Shop, and then another shop, and then Harry and Lena Costin's Café. Those barber poles were left there for years later, after the barber moved on, used to intrigue me, as my parents were great friends of Syd and Una Travis. The Narooma History in Photos Facebook page has an incredible wealth of local Narooma historical information that it is fast becoming one of the the go-to's for all things historical in the town If you are interested in Narooma history also keep an eye out for the newly published "Narooma’s Past – steamers, sawmills and salmon" is available from Narooma Newsagency, Narooma Visitors’ Centre, Gallery Bodalla, Moruya Books, at Central Tilba from the ABC Cheese Factory and Gulaga Gallery, or online at www.paceymedia.com.au. Price $38.
The first issue of 'Recollections', a new South Coast history magazine published by the South Coast History Society, came out mid January 2017 Paper copies are now available, at no charge, from all libraries in the Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shires. A PDF version is also available - simply email 'Send Recollections' to email@example.com.