Creswick Road

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Researchers should be wary of historic street locations as the streets of Ballarat and surrounds have been renumbered over the years

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History

Businesses and people in Creswick Road

Address known

7 Creswick Road, Ballarat – Ballarat Wrought Iron (<2011>)

10 Creswick Road, Ballarat - James Smith's Foundry

20 Creswick Road, Ballarat - Gibb, Laverick & Co., engineers and ironfounders (<1887>)

19 Creswick Road, Ballarat - Henry Leggo & Sons, brewers (<1887>)

81 Creswick Road - Gazzard Bros. <1891>

102 Creswick Road – R. Allan & Co., bellows makers (<1887>)

110 Creswick Road, Ballarat – Ballarat News (<2011>)

110 Creswick Road, Ballarat – The Ballarat Courier (<2011>)

110 Creswick Road (Shed 2), Ballarat – O’Brien Brewing (<2011>)

116 Creswick Road, Ballarat - James Smith's Foundry (<1967>)

600 Creswick Road, Ballarat - UGL Rail (<2012>)

600 Creswick Road, Ballarat - Alstrom (<2012>)

600 Creswick Road, Ballarat - United Group Rail (<2012>)


Creswick Road (cnr Macarthur Street) - J.G. McDonald & Sons

Address unknown

A-E

Ballarat Pottery (<1895>)

Barber & Co., agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

Barley Sheaf Brewery (1857->)

Barker & Co., agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

S. Benson, Farrier <1866>)

Royston Furness Booth, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

F. W Commons, marble and stone cutter (<1887>)

Coronet Caravans

John Crawford, carpenter (<1858>)

Thomas Crompton (<1866>)

Dingle, Laverick and Co., agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

F-J

Gibb & Saverick, agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

John Griffin, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

B. Hale, bootmaker (<1866>)

Hit or Miss Mining Co. <1858>

J. Hollway and Sons' Foundry (<1866>)

P. B. Ivey & Co., flour millers (<1887>)

M. B. John Ltd.

Jopling's Bone Mill, (<1887>)

K-N

Kelly and Preston's Foundry, agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

Thomas Heal, blacksmith (<1866>)

G. Marks, potter (<1866>)

R. Matthews, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

J. G. McDonald & Sons, marble and stone cutters (<1887>)

J. McKay, engineer and ironfounder (<1887>)

Metalcorp, tanks (<2011>)

Walter Miller, baker <1858>

O-R

J. O'Brien, chaff cutter (<1887>)

J. Preston, wheelwright (<1868>)

Paul Richards, butcher <1858>

Rough and Ready Gold Mining Co. <1858>

S-V

A. Simpson, monumental mason (<1887>)

N. Simpson, monumental mason (<1887>)

J. & J. Smith, engineers and ironfounders (<1887>)

Smith Brothers' Foundry, agricultural implement makers (<1887>)

John Stewart, chaff cutter (<1887>)

Stitfold and Baker

S. Trend, coach builder (<1887>)

Vitclay Pipes

Vulcan Foundry (<1858-1860>)

W-Z

Wormald Machinery Valve Group

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