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76 Athelstan Road,, CAMBERWELL VIC 3124 - Property No B6663

Built in c 1915 for John Payne a notable draper and clothing merchant, Rokeby is of local historical and architectural significance. Historically, Rokeby is of significance as the home of the founder of Payne's "Bon Marche", a household name throughout the State, at least until the late 1960s. Distinguished in the street by its size and grounds, Payne's residence in Camberwell is indicative of the character of the homes of principal commercial figures in Melbourne in the earlier ... more



Rokeby Pumping Station

Tarago River, Old Telegraph Road,, DROUIN WEST VIC 3818 - Property No B6329

The Rokeby Pumping Station has historical and engineering significance at the state level. The pump house is an ordinary functional timber and corrugated iron building with no obvious architectural merit but of considerable historical/social significance. It is the first pump house constructed by the Warragul Waterworks Trust at this site, and its initial size as well as the various changes evident in the installation from time to time, indicate both its importance within the ... more