Warren Hastings after it was burnt down in 1971. Interesting the 2 baths. One must have been from the Cottage Mother's quarters & perhaps the other one fell from the children's bathroom (if that was upstairs). (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Warren Hastings

Warren Hastings after it was burnt down in 1971. Interesting the 2 baths. One must have been from the Cottage Mother's quarters & perhaps the other one fell from the children's bathroom (if that was upstairs). (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

William (Bill) Braithwaite. A lovely army portrait of Bill taken in 1971. (Courtesy George Braithwaite).

Billy Braithwaite

William (Bill) Braithwaite. A lovely army portrait of Bill taken in 1971. (Courtesy George Braithwaite).

Large group of people next to the church. Taken in the mid-1970's. Mr John Line can be seen over to the right in 2nd row from the back. Mr Line was Acting Principal from July to October 1975, and then Principal to 1981. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Church Group

Large group of people next to the church. Taken in the mid-1970's. Mr John Line can be seen over to the right in 2nd row from the back. Mr Line was Acting Principal from July to October 1975, and then Principal to 1981. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Country Week team (1973) in front of the Fairbridge Bus, perhaps outside of Wolfe, all very smartly dressed and ready to go. (Courtesy Noel Wishart).

Country Week Team 1973

Country Week team (1973) in front of the Fairbridge Bus, perhaps outside of Wolfe, all very smartly dressed and ready to go. (Courtesy Noel Wishart).

Ian (David) Pickering in his army gear. Ian was best mate of William (Bill) Braithwaite, above. (Courtesy George Braithwaite).

Ian (David) Pickering

Ian (David) Pickering in his army gear. Ian was best mate of William (Bill) Braithwaite, above. (Courtesy George Braithwaite).

At the farm: George Elliott's pig yards. Not a good photo but if you ever had to clean out the pig sties then this view might be familiar. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Pig Yards

At the farm: George Elliott's pig yards. Not a good photo but if you ever had to clean out the pig sties then this view might be familiar. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

At the farm: A band of prize porkers. More of George's charges. The yard looks nice and clean and perhaps it's supper time. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Pig Yards

At the farm: A band of prize porkers. More of George's charges. The yard looks nice and clean and perhaps it's supper time. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

At the farm: Inside George Elliott's chook shed. To many a Trainee or older boy this would be a familiar sight. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).

Chook Shed

At the farm: Inside George Elliott's chook shed. To many a Trainee or older boy this would be a familiar sight. (Courtesy Lois Elliott).