Armstrong 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.

Armstrong Street - Caxton Printing Works

Armstrong Street - City Flour Mills

Armstrong Street - John Curtis, printer (<1884>)

Armstrong Street - Federal Iron Works

Armstrong Street - R. Graham & Sons

Armstrong Street - Glasgow Saddlery (<1861>)

Armstrong Steet North - (corner of Mair) - James McKay & Sons

Armstrong Street North - R.M. Goodfellow Aerated Water and Cordial Manufacturer

Armstrong Street North - Victoria Foundry

Armstrong Street North near the Soldiers Hill Anglican Church) - Bill Chambers

Armstrong Street South - Ballarat Brass Foundry

Armstrong Steet South - Phoenix Foundry

Armstrong Street South (cnr Dana Street) - Lucas Clothing Factory

40 Armstrong Street North - J. Hollway & Sons, tinsmiths

52 Armstrong Street, Ballarat - John Mann gasfitter, brass founder and finisher.

56 Armstrong Street, Ballarat - H. Weir

68 Armstrong Street, Ballarat - William Barrett

74 Armstrong Street South, Ballarat - George H. Parker, gunmaker & locksmith

514 Armstrong Street North, Ballarat - John Bray Coachbuilder

21A Armstrong Street North - Peerless Emulsion Products (<1970>)

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