ROMA STREET POLICE STATION,
ROMA STREET, BRISBANE, QLD
BASEMENT USED AS A CONTROL CENTRE FOR
INTELLIGENCE GATHERING & CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS
DURING WW2

hline.gif (2424 bytes)

visits since 28 March 2003

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.

 

REFERENCE BOOKS

 "Heritage Experience Guides - Impression of the Landscape"
By the Brisbane City Council

 

Google
Search WWW Search "Australia @ War"

 

In Association with Amazon.com

Heaps of WW2
books available at
Amazon.com

 

Copyright

 Peter Dunn 2003

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 March 2003

This page last updated 28 March 2003