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Port Arthur

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Old creeper covered stonework at the Port Arthur convict prison. Handmade clay bricks at the Port Arthur convict prison, mortar outlasting the bricks. Ruins of the hospital at Port Arthur convict prison. Left side view of Port Arthur prison church. Port Arthur prison church. Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison. Guard tower and officers’ quarters at Port Arthur convict prison. Roof of the penitentiary at Port Arthur convict prison. Inside the right hand wing of Port Arthur prison church. Guard tower at Port Arthur convict prison. Point Puer, the site of the boys’ prison associated with Port Arthur convict prison. Split timber fence around the Commandant’s house at the Port Arthur convict prison. The laundry at the Port Arthur convict prison. Fence line at the Port Arthur convict prison running down to Mason Cove. Remnants of the officers’ quarters at the Port Arthur convict prison. Arched window opening of the Port Arthur church. Small creek in the grounds of Port Arthur prison. Guard towers at Port Arthur convict prison. Guard tower and officers’ quarters at Port Arthur convict prison. Lime kiln and shipwright’s house at Port Arthur historic site. Old walls and stonework at the Port Arthur convict prison. Pond in the grounds of the Port Arthur convict prison. Across the low roof of the penitentiary to the officers’ quarters at Port Arthur convict prison. The Asylum and Separate Prison in the grounds of the Port Arthur Convict prison. Signal hill, old signaling semaphore at the Port Arthur convict prison. Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison. Split timber fence and garden at the rear of the Commandant’s house at the Port Arthur convict prison. The moon nestles beside a corner spire of the Port Arthur church. Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison and the jetty. Commandant’s house and gardens on the Port Arthur historic site. Inside St David’s church in the Port Arthur convict prison precinct. Smith O’Brien’s cottage at the Porh Arthur convict prison. Jetty cottage on the Port Arthur historic site. Rusty bollard, once rotatable, and ropes at Port Arthur convict prison. The small Port Arthur village on Carnarvon Bay. Right side view of Port Arthur prison church and St David’s church beyond. Port Arthur historic site, Mason Cove, the penitentiary under repair, to the guard tower and officers’ quarters. Path and gateway leading to the Commandant’s house at Port Arthur convict prison. Jetty, boats and bollard at Port Arthur convict prison. Commandant’s landing and house at Port Arthur convict prison. Split timber fence at Commandant’s house at the Port Arthur convict prison. Looking up at the front of Port Arthur prison church AD 1836. Layered sandstone cliffs of Point Puer, the site of the boys’ prison associated with Port Arthur convict prison. Jetty at Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison. St David’s church through the arched side door of Port Arthur prison church. Government gardens and government offices and the church beyond. Corner turret at the guard tower complex at the convict prison. Remains of the once partitioned exercise yards in the Separate Prison. Boats on Carnarvon Bay. Mason Cove jetty and the guard tower and officers’ quarters.

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