Details of buildings demolished or removed from 2000 to present

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All Listings in Chronological Order

2000 - 

1990-1999

1980-1989

1970-1979

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2006

August

  • House in Nelson Street.

July

  • Former home of former Mayor Jack Binnington on corner of MacAllister and Shakespeare Streets (removed to Carmila?).

  • house on Shakespeare Street.

  • house on MacAllister Street.

April

  • Former Oldfellows hall on Branscombe Road , Walkerston built c. 1882.

2005

December

November

  • Former Green Gables Boarding House formerly Lister Hospital built 1908. (Demolished).

  • Former Harry Schaefer House at 171 Milton Street, South Mackay built 1897. (Demolished).

  • Former Methodist Church Hall on corner of Bridge Road and Brooks Street.

September

  • Former McGinn's home, Evan Street, Mackay.(Removed).

  • Residence at 20 Wellington Street, Mackay. (Removed).

June

  • Old Jabore's Shop, Gregory Street, Mackay (Demolished)

May

  • Two private Residences,  Alfred Street, Mackay.

  • Former Crown and Anchor Hotel, River Street, Mackay. (Demolished).

  • former Cameron Home, Dutton Street, Walkerston. (Demolished)

March

  • Private Residence, River Street, Mackay. (Demolished)

  • Private Residence, River Street, Mackay. (Demolished)

January

  • Former Poole Williams building, Sydney Street, Mackay. (Demolished).

  • St Patrick's Parish Hall, River Street, Mackay. (Demolished).

  • Private Residence, 9 Peel Street, former residence of Susan Mulherin. (Demolished)

2004

October

  • Former Prince of Wales Hotel, corner River and Sydney Streets, Mackay.built 1939. (Demolished).

September

  • Old Mater Hospital, Gordon Street, Mackay. built 1936.(Demolished).

April

  • former Michael Moohin's secondhand store, Victoria Street, Mackay. built c.1887. (Demolished).

2003

2002

October

  • Two Police Residences, Brisbane Street, Mackay. (Demolished).

July

  • private residence, Nelson Street (Demolished).

  • Former home of Williams Family, birthplace of Radio 4MK, birth of the creation of Eungella National Park. (Demolished)

2001

  • "The Grail" former residence of family of Charles Frederick Bagley and latterly Centacare. (Removed to Clermont)

 

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