Talking about Wooloowin State School Brisbane – the early years

 John has posted some grreat ealry pics of Wooloowin State School. This is the school that Emily attends and Colleen is the P&C president (pending re-election in the new year). It just goes to show how great the rebuilding effort after the fire really was.

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Wooloowin State School Brisbane – the early years

 
 
 
The first picture shows Wooloowin State School (Brisbane) being extended
in 1918.
 
The original building was erected in 1914.
 
The second picture gives a rear view in 1915, and the third picture is a front
view taken in the early 1950’s.
 
Wooloowin State School is on Lutwyche Road, Wooloowin, not far from
Kedron High School . It was one of the few Primary Schools in the area
to have a swimming pool by the 1920’s.
 
The Wooloowin Police Station is directly opposite the school on
Lutwyche Road.
 
It is a school of cultural significance and was entered on the Queensland
Heritage Register in 1995.
 
 

Wooloowin school.
 
 
            Wooloowin State School Brisbane receiving extensions in 1918.
 
 
 
 
 

Wooloowin State School
 
 
                      Wooloowin State School 1915 – Rear view
 
 
 
 
 
                         Wooloowin State School early 1950’s
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wooloowin school 1980’s
 
                                         Wooloowin State School 1980’S
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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One Response to Talking about Wooloowin State School Brisbane – the early years

  1. John says:

    I’d like to get a recent pic. of Wooloowin State School .

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