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Spring Hill


Next we moved onto the town of Spring Hill. By the old railway station there we disused shops and an operating pub.  However, the area seemed quite prosperous with new homes and neat gardens. It is very close to the city of Orange but not yet swallowed by it.

I have posted some more images of Spring Hill over at 100 Towns.

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  1. It is great to hear that some country towns are developing. We have an inner city suburb called Spring Hill. I doubt it is as pretty as this town.

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    1. Yes Diane. There were so many Spring Hills it make it rather difficult for me to research this Spring Hill on the web.

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  2. This image emits a most heady perfume ...

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