ROMA STREET POLICE STATION,
ROMA STREET, BRISBANE, QLD
BASEMENT USED AS A CONTROL CENTRE FOR
INTELLIGENCE GATHERING & CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS
The basement of the Roma Street Police Station in Roma Street, Brisbane, Queensland was used during WW2 as a Control Centre where the Queensland Police co-ordinated the gathering of intelligence information and the Civil Defence volunteers across the state of Queensland. The building was demolished in 1967 to allow construction of the Turbot Street Flyover.
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