BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES BUILDING
15 (OR 7) WYNYARD ST, SYDNEY, NSW
COMMANDEERED BY THE MILITARY DURING WW2

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Photo Unit 1 of the 832nd Signal Service Company took over several offices on the sixth floor of the Bank of New South Wales building in 15 Wynyard Street.  One of the photographers in Photo Unit 1 was Ovid Di Fiore who remembers the address as 15 Wynyard Street, although he has his original pass issued to him for access to the Port facilities which has the address as 7 instead of 15. Ovid also lived for quite a few months in the Hotel Imperial in King's Cross.  Ovid Di Fiore then moved to Brisbane where the photo unit used Newstead House as their Barracks and they had their Photographic Laboratory in "Cintra" at Bowen Hills, adjacent to Camp Luna Park.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Ovid Di Fiore for his assistance with this home page.

 

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