Canberra's History-Part 1 Ainsile Depot

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Canberra's History-Part 1 Ainsile Depot

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Before the ex Caretakers Cottage of Ainsile Depot is demolished, I thought I'd take a picture (it lasts longer). While I was out there I also went looking for the sites of the old Ainsile Depot.
This is the old Caretakers Cottage
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Now I suspect that this was the site of the Ainsile Depot. It is at the southern end of the intersection of Campbell Street & Leslie Street. I suspect this corner as the houses on the other corner are more 1920's style
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These next 4 pictures are different views of the intersection of Tyson Street & Stepehnson Street, Ainsile. This was the second part of Ainsile Depot.
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North East Corner
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North West Corner
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South East Corner
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South West Corner

If anyone is able to clear up which was the old depot site, that would be appreciated.
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Re: Canberra's History-Part 1 Ainsile Depot

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nice hoons :lol: joke.
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Re: Canberra's History-Part 1 Ainsile Depot

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They are there from the Ainsile Depot bus drivers coming home for the afternoon
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