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Title: Hamilton Hill and Coolbellup in development, 1965 [picture]
Imprint: Perth, 1965
Notes: Note on back reads 18-10-65.
Restrictions on Use: Believed to be in copyright by City of Cockburn.
Summary: Aerial photograph of the Hamilton Hill and Coolbellup housing developments viewed from the coast looking east, taken on 18 October 1965. Cockburn Road runs parallel to the bottom of the frame, Rockingham Road runs diagonally away, and Forrest Road shoots off from that. Visible landmarks include the Newmarket Hotel, the Cockburn Roads Board offices, Hamilton Hill High School and Coolbellup primary schools, Davilak Oval, and the Robb Jetty abattoir complex. Many small market gardens in the Spearwood area can also be seen, as well as quarries in Spearwood and Coogee.
Subject: Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Robb JettyCockburn Region (W.A.) -- CoolbellupCockburn Region (W.A.) -- Hamilton Hill (W.A.)Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- MapsCockburn Region (W.A.) -- Spearwood
Hamilton Hill and Coolbellup in development, 1965 [picture]

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