The creation (and continued development) of this website is indebted to the many people, books, websites, articles, private collections, facebook pages etc, whose knowledge, assistance, memories, and personal histories have been invaluable. These include the following …

The staff and research facilities at the Burke Museum, Beechworth.

The staff and research facilities at the Beechworth Library.

Albury & District Historical Society

‘Beechworth Heritage & History’ – Facebook page

‘Beechworth and the Powder Magazine’ (1968 booklet) by the National Trust of Australia

‘Beechworth Sketchbook’ (1972) by Rodney Davidson, with sketches by Graham Hawley

Brent Taylor – Beechworth Mitre 10

‘A Building, Untenanted’ (The Mansion) by Walter J. Venn

Dean Anders – Beechworth Ice Creamery                                             

Donna Sherman – Tangambalanga Indigenous Expert 

‘Echoes of History’ (2003) – Bookmen Publishers

Gary Coombes – photographer

Geoffrey Galbraith

Heritage Council Victoria – Victorian Heritage Database

Ian Downs – Golden Era Service Station             

Ian Hyndman – Historian

Dr Jane Collins, daughter of Dr Edmund Bryant ‘EB’ Collins

Jayme Collins – Coordinator of Capital Works, Indigo Shire Council

Jeanette McCulloch, daughter of Rex Norman (The Golden Pioneer Railway)

Kaye Richardson

‘Lost Beechworth’ facebook page

Martin Thomas – Beechworth Provender

Mick & Jo Westra – Plumbing Plus

Nathan Cowan – Billson’s Brewery

‘Nobblers & Lushingtons: A History of Hotels and the Ovens District’
(2009) by Richard Patterson

Oliver Payne – The Beechworth Conservatory

‘On This Day in the North East’ (1989) by Graham Jones

Ovens and Murray Advertiser

Rob Breen and Andrew – Breen Brothers Petrol Station

‘Silver Threads and Golden Needles’ (1985) by M. Rosalyn Shennan

Susan Fox – Buckland Gallery

The blog ‘Life on Spring Creek’ by Jacqui Durant

The Light Railway Research Society of Australia Inc. and Mike McCarthy

‘The Lion of Beechworth: An Account of the History of the Mayday Hills
Hospital’ by Douglas A. Craig

Willow at the Union Hotel, Tangambalanga