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Tenterden is a small town around 328 kms south-east of Perth and about 10 kms south of Cranbrook. The town is set some 1 km to the east of the Great Southern Highway and is situated on the Albany railway. The rail siding opened here in 1891 and the town was gazetted two years later. Tenderden is named after a town of the same name in Kent, England, as is Cranbrook. The area boasts prime agricultural land and offers views of the nearby Stirling Range


Tenterden - Garage

The Tenterden Top-Up garage sits on the eastern side of the Great Southern Highway at the head of Brooking Street. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT001


Tenterden - Farm Supplies

Across the highway from the garage are these large sheds housing the business of Western Mineral Fertilizers. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT002


Tenterden - Hall

The new Tenterden Hall. Next door is the fire shed. There was an earlier hall in town, built in the early 1900's but demolished about 10 years ago. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT003


Tenterden - Anglican Church

St Mildred's Anglican Church, Tenterden. The Foundation Stone was laid by H. J. Townsend J.P., on December 22nd, 1926. The Church also serves as a memorial for all those who fell in World War I. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT004


Tenterden - Memorial

On Lomas Street is a small section of land set aside at the town's war memorial. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT005


Tenterden - Wooden House

Towards the eastern end of Brooking Street this wooden structure stands. A curious design. Whereas it might have once been a residence it appears to be used as a studio or office now. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT006


Tenterden - Old Hut

The battered sign on this old hut says No Trespassing, so I didn't. This looks to be built of home-made bricks but is crumbling. Around the building is some junk. It's former and current purpose are not known. December 2016. Photos Ref: TENT007

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