I am sorry, I understand your point, but that is literally the name of the place, so I will tell it like it is.
Queensland born Squadron Leader Frederick Sydney Cotton, (OBE) 1894-1969 who pioneered coloured photographs from aerial reconnaisance while flying unarmed Spitfire plane over Belgium in WW11 at 30,000ft is honoured by a plaque and buried in this cemetery.
This smokestack chimney once was where Brisbane City Council tramway staff burnt the tram fare used tickets at this site c1910-1960`s when it was the Ipswich Road, Buranda tramway sheds for parking the trams when not in use and now the car park for Buranda Shopping Centre opposite the Princess Alexandra Public Hospital on Ipswich Road and Cornwall Street.
Excellent views here of Ipswich and countryside beyond from this lookout in Limestone park where limestone was first mined and burnt for brick mortor by english convicts from 1824.
Very nice photo L+F
Very good! Behind the monument you can see the Barton Building, by Harry Seidler! Like!
hello, this building was at the entrance to the old secure hospital site, but I have no idea where it was originally from, nor where it was going.
The paths of this house and myself just happened to cross at the location depicted.
Thankyou for your question.
I also found it from the help section. I love the sheep.
Fantastic shot!!Beautiful picture!!Congratulations!!
Best regards from Brasil.
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