WW2 BUILDING LOCATED
AT HERSTON, BRISBANE
NOW THE QUEENSLAND ENERGY MUSEUM

hline.gif (2424 bytes)

visits since 28 November 2001

 


Queensland Energy Museum Photo

An early City Electric Light (CEL) Vehicle driven by Mr. John (Jack) Becconsall.
Photograph taken in the early 1920's outside the CEL William Street Stores

 

Aerial photo taken in 1946 of the two remaining buildings from Camp Victoria Park.
 The buildings at the bottom left of the photo are part of the Gregory Terrace Officer's Camp.
The building to the right of the QEGB building was the main building for 3 Stores Depot RAAF.

 

The building being built above is the Queensland Energy Museum

The rail siding in the above photograph was used by the 5 Transportation and Movements Office RAAF and the US Liaison Office. The building to the left of the building under construction was the main building for 3 Stores Depot RAAF.

 

vp01.jpg (33603 bytes) Former military building from Camp Victoria Park now used to house the Queensland Energy Museum in the rear of the Energex Control Centre
vp03.jpg (26890 bytes) The building that the Queensland Energy Museum is housed in is a very long building. It is believed that it was used as a store during WW2
vp02.jpg (46332 bytes) Inside the Queensland Energy Museum building

This building was used by the Southern Electric Authority of Queensland (SEAQ) and then SEQEB and then Energex as a storage and depot area for underground cable maintenance. 

 

QUEENSLAND ENERGY MUSEUM 

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Russell Miller and David Spethman for their assistance with this home page.

 

In Association with Amazon.com

Heaps of WW2
books available at
Amazon.com

                         "Australia @ War"
                         

Copyright

 Peter Dunn 2004

Disclaimer

Click here to E-Mail me
any information or photographs


 Australia @ War
Available on CD-Rom

Peter Dunn's
explode.gif (15799 bytes) AUSTRALIA @ WAR explode.gif (15799 bytes)
WWW.OZATWAR.COM


Do you need a holiday!
Sun, surf, beautiful beaches and lots more!


  Genealogy Software
190 Mbytes of Genealogy Indexes & Programs

This page first produced 28 November 2001

This page last updated 05 September 2007