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Railway Terrace 11

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Address: 11 Railway Terrace
Town or Locality: Gawler
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11 Railway Terrace c1887 (Register of State Heritage Items) was the home of James Robinson who established the Britannia Foundry in 1887 on the adjacent block, facing Barnet Road. Taken over my E. Anders and Sons, Freeling in 1935 and the Foundry closed in early 1970s.

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