A brief look at stories of Wagga's past

May 25 2024 - 11:00am
Tarcutta Street Hospital was built in the 1860s on the current site of Wagga Police Station. It was described as a neat substantial structure of brick consisting of a main building and two wings fronted with a verandah onto which all five wards opened. Picture supplied
Tarcutta Street Hospital was built in the 1860s on the current site of Wagga Police Station. It was described as a neat substantial structure of brick consisting of a main building and two wings fronted with a verandah onto which all five wards opened. Picture supplied

Compiled from the Daily Advertiser by the Wagga Wagga & District Historical Society.

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