Islay House, a familiar sight on the main road through Woodend, started life as a hotel. But how did it get its name? And how should you pronounce it?
Trentham’s police complex is thought to have had only a single cell until 1879, when a rod-and-slab portable double cell arrived from Kyneton.
The war memorial clock tower is Woodend’s most familiar landmark. But the journey to build it was long and challenging.
The little weatherboard cottage at 3 Camp St was Trentham’s police station from 1866 to 1984. That it is still standing today is largely due to Sgt Jack Burke.
What was Popple Town? And what was placed beneath the foundation stone of Malmsbury Viaduct in October 1859?
The Old Rectory is believed to be the oldest surviving stone house in Kyneton, having been commissioned by the Church of England in 1850.