Jerrys Plains

Jerrys Plains is a village in the Hunter Region in New South Wales, Australia about 33 kilometres west of Singleton on the Golden Highway. The surrounding countryside is home to some substantial horse-breeding properties, notably the Australian branch of Ireland’s giant Coolmore Stud, as well as viticulture and coal mining.

Doyle Street in Jerrys Plains has so many impressive buildings it has been classified by the National Trust. These buildings were all constructed around 1880 and include the sandstone teacher’s residence, the public school (1879) and the police station (1880).

Doyle Street which has so many impressive buildings it has been classified by the National Trust. These buildings were all constructed around 1880 and include the sandstone teacher’s residence, the very elegant public school (1879) built in the Gothic style and, across the street, the police station (1880) with its hipped roof over an elegant veranda and its vented gable. They were all built from local sandstone which was quarried behind the school. – See more at: http://www.aussietowns.com.au/town/jerrys-plains-nsw#sthash.4Bdr3Fey.dpuf
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