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Here is the old post office which like so many post offices these days is not a post office.  One half seems to be a private residence and the other side is a real estate agent.

Rylstone began as a rural centre in the early 1800s. In the 1870s and 1880s substantial stone civic, commercial and religious buildings were built.  These give the town its special character. Today the entire business district is classified as a Heritage Conservation Zone.

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  1. oh, I would love to live in an old post office. It would be fun to transform it into a living space.

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  2. It is amazing how old these country towns are.It is a lovely old building and it is good that the business area is protected.

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  3. That's terrific. I love seeing these buildings from yesteryear.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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