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Came here for a short toilet stop and enjoyed reading the bricks with records of convicts and the circumstances around their arrivals. Nice bit of history lesson about the tough times of nearly 200 years ago.
So one guy got 7 years for stealing bacon....More
Starting at the Red Bridge in Campbell Town, this pathway of bricks, continues along the street, celebrating our history of Convict's past, stenciled into the bricks, the name, age, boat transported on, reason of conviction and sentence given. Sometimes there is other information, like how...More
There are three convict bridges within a hundred kilometres of Hobart. Richmond, which is the closest, then there is Ross, and then Campbell Town. They are all worth seeing from an historical perspective. Maybe find a place to stay for the night to do all...More
It was interesting to actually see what the convicts were charged with and how much time they were charged for there was from larceny to sheep stealing to murder to even stealing a bushel of potatoes some people even stole clothing. The Trail meanders through...More
Wow hay totally amazing, I started @ the historic fox hunters return so I photographed afew as my name is Charlotte Elaine I especially looked 4 them. Although I did c Alexander Pearce “the Pieman” he was a cannibal& there was a movie made around...More