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A small locality half way between Toodyay and Goomalling, some 4 kms south of Mumberkine and down Tyndall Road. Although small and a little out of the way, the town appears to be doing well. The railway siding was opened here in 1902 and was the first such siding on the passing railway. The town name comes from nearby Jenacubine well, named in 1848. Another spelling variation was Jenacubbine. The town was not gazetted as such until 1966


Jennacubbine - Saint Isidore Catholic Church

This is the Saint Isidore (Patron Saint of Agriculturalists) Catholic Church at Jennacubbine. A lovely old building dedicated on 17th November 1907 by the Lord Bishop of Perth, The Most Rev. M. Gibney. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN001


Jennacubbine - Tavern

The Jennacubbine Tavern located at the centre of the settlement. This was built in 1903 and was formerly known as the Wayside Inn. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN002


Jennacubbine - Tavern

This is a section of the hotel underneath the verandah and out of the contrasting light. Nice brickwork and tin roof. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN003


Jennacubbine - Tavern

The tavern again, this time from at the rear. To the right of here is a small building which look like accommodation units. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN004


Jennacubbine - C.W.A. Building

The C.W.A. building a couple of hundred metres west of the Tavern. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN005


Jennacubbine - Jutland Parade

Nice to see a sense of humour. Dalkeith has certainly extended since I was last there. In the background is the hall. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN006


Jennacubbine - Hall

This is the Jennacubbine Agricultural Hall. To the rear are tennis courts and a fire station. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN007


Jennacubbine - Go-Kart Speedway

Behind the hall and adjacent to the CBH depot is what looks like a Go-Kart Speedway track. The adjudicator's box you can see at the left. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN008


Jennacubbine - War Memorial

In the centre of town is the war memorial. The trees in this area were planted by members of the Jennacubbine C.W.A. in June 1974 to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of their Association in Western Australia. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN009


Jennacubbine - CBH Access Road

This is the access road to the Co-operative Bulk Handling Facility adjacent to the Northam-Goomalling narrow gauge railway. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN010


Jennacubbine - CBH Depot

All's quiet here now but I bet this place is a hive of activity come wheat harvesting time. In the foreground in the weighbridge. Beyond, grain loading equipment. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN011


Jennacubbine - Old Tank Stand In Paddock

The paddocks around here are so green right now after good rains. They seem to go on forever. This is an old tank stand in a paddock, with a couple of distant trees keeping an eye on things. Photograph October 2011. Photos Ref: JENN012


Jennacubbine - Farm Gate Sculptures

Close to the town centre is the entrance to Jennacubbine Farm. The owners have certainly added to the colour of the locality via this innovative gatekeeper sculpture. Photograph July 2013. Photos Ref: JENN013

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