Urquhart Street

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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 Urquhart Street

Address known

510 Urquhart Street - residence of Miss Annie Abrams (Principal of Abrams Business College)

602 Urquhart Street – BRACE Education Training Employment (<2011>)

Address unknown

G. H. Abrahams, clothing manufacturer/tailoring factory (<1887>)

John Adams, boot and shoe maker (<1887>)

Andrew Berry, printer (<1887>)

Samuel Cooper, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

Lal Lal Iron Co. Ltd., engineers and ironfounders (<1887>)

David Morris, ginger beer maker (<1887>)

Tubal Cain Foundry (<1864>)

Victoria Hotel (<1915>)

Western Foundry, (<1861>)

J. Wilson, tailor (<1887>)


(cnr Lyons Street) - Tubal Cain Foundry (<1864>)

(cnr Talbot Street) - Kohinoor Gold Mine (1856>)

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