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Wynnum Road Corridor Upgrade Stage 1

Heritage Building Assessment


03.09.17, 1.00

Magnus Eriksson
magnus.eriksson.ercons@gmail.com
Wynnum Road Corridor Upgrade, Project Plan

https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/traffic-transport/roads-infrastructure-bikeways/current-road-intersection-upgrades/wynnum-road-corridor-upgrade-stage-1-
east-brisbane
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Impacted Properties

Queensland Globe, https://qldglobe.information.qld.gov.au/


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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography

1946 aerial photography, used to identify buildings present


that year. Detailed overlays available on request.

http://cityplan2014maps.brisbane.qld.gov.au/CityPlan/

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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography cont.

6/RP11010
7/RP11010

Waterfall conventional, 1930s or later.


Present in 1946.

1/12/RP11010

Villa, late colonial or federation style.


Present in 1946.

17/RP11010

Short-ridge cottage with rear gable, late


colonial style.
Present in 1946.

18/RP11010

Gabled cottage with pyramid core. Likely


late 1800s with 1920s/30s extension.
Present in 1946.

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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography cont.

19/RP11010

Pyramid cottage with rear gable and


extension, late colonial style.
Present in 1946.

20/RP11010

Porch and Gable Bungalow, 1910s-1930s


Present in 1946.

22/RP11010

Porch and Gable Bungalow, 1920s-1930s


Present in 1946.

24/RP11010

Waterfall conventional, 1920s-1940s


Present in 1946.

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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography cont.

2/RP47517

Double gable, 1910s-1930.


Present in 1946.

1/RP47517

Waterfall conventional, 1920s-1940s


Present in 1946.

3/GTP104204

Bungalow with verandas to three sides,


1910s - 1920s
Present in 1946.

44/RP11010 & 45/RP11010

Bungalow, L-shaped veranda now built-in.


1900s 1930s.
Present in 1946.

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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography cont.
11/SP148178

Gabled cottage, possibly late colonial or


early federation with later modifications.
Present in 1946.

10/SP148178

Gabled bungalow, 1900s 1920s. Half-


timbered gable appears to be a later
modification.
Present in 1946.

9/SP148178

Bungalow, 1900s-1940s
Present in 1946.

50/RP11010

Gabled bungalow, extensively modified.


Present in 1946.

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Assessment based on Architectural Style and 1946 Aerial Photography cont.

51/RP11010

Hybrid, 1930s-1940s.
Present in 1946.

52/RP11010

Short-ridge cottage, late colonial style.


Present in 1946.

84/RP11010
81/RP11010
Gabled cottage, colonial style.
Present in 1946. Commercial.
Present in 1946.

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1895 McKellar Map

1895 McKellar survey map showing the Eskgrove estate, subdivisions


and surveyed location of Laidlaw Pde entrance. See Appendix 1 for
further details on changes to the Laidlaw Pde entrance over time.

6 chain McKellar series 1895, Brisbane

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1911 Survey Map

1911 survey map, used by BCC to identify pre-1911 buildings and built
areas.
Hashed areas denote occupied sections, i.e. well-developed sections
in contrast to isolated tenements.
The area between Cleveland (Lytton) Road and Laidlaw Parade is
marked as occupied, indicating that development pre-dates 1911.

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Survey Map Overlays 1917 - 1918

Survey maps from 1917 and 1918, overlaid on modern aerial


photography to identify properties present at those dates.

Queensland Globe, https://qldglobe.information.qld.gov.au/, Brisbane City Council, Metropolitan Water and


Sewerage Board Detail Plans, 1917 and 1918.

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Survey Map Overlays 1917 - 1918

1/12/RP11010
Apparently present in 1917, subsequently
shifted approx. 9m toward Laidlaw Pde
boundary

Brisbane City Council, Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board Detail Plans, 1917
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Survey Map Overlays 1917 - 1918

17/RP11010
Apparently present in 1918

18/RP11010
Apparently present in 1918

19/RP11010
Apparently present in 1918

20/RP11010
Unclear - likely present in 1918 and
subsequently expanded to three sides.

22/RP11010
Unclear probably not present in 1918

2/RP47517
Present in 1918, shifted NE due to
subdivision and boundary changes.

Brisbane City Council, Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board Detail Plans, 1918

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Survey Map Overlays 1917 - 1918

3/GTP104204
Present in 1918

44/RP11010 & 45/RP11010


Apparently present in 1918

11/SP148178
Probably present 1918, subsequently
shifted SW due to boundary changes.

10/SP148178
Probably not present 1918, or substantially
altered/relocated due to boundary changes

9/SP148178
Apparently present in 1918. Subsequently
shifted SW due to boundary changes.

50/RP11010
Apparently present in 1918, subsequently
shifted SW due to boundary changes.

52/RP11010
Present in 1918.

Brisbane City Council, Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board Detail Plans, 1917

84/RP11010 81/RP11010
Present in 1918 Not present in 1918.
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Buildings with a potential pre-1911 construction date

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1/12/RP11010 Rushton

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1/12/RP11010 Rushton Cont.

There is some confusion in the PO directories as to where Laidlaw Pde intersected Lytton Road see below directories from 1909, 1911 and 1915. Despite the 1895 survey
plan, it appears Scanlan St was originally referred to as Laidlaw St. Thus Rushton has been reported as being first on the right side of Laidlaw Pde, then between two
separate entrances and finally on the left side. Based on the PO Directory information, the current entry point to Laidlaw Pde was added around 1910, and the previous
entry street re-named Scanlan St.

First record of Rushton is in 1895 electoral roll, which is validated by PO directory. Many more records can be found over subsequent years.
Very high likelihood of a pre-1911 construction date, probably ca 1895.

1895 PO Directory 1909 PO Directory 1911 PO Directory 1915 PO Directory

1895 Electoral Roll

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17/RP11010, Tiverton

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17/RP11010, Tiverton Cont.

Short-ridge workers cottage with rear gable, with modern extension to rear. Front-facing veranda has been built-in.
Late colonial style.
House is present in the current location on 1918 Surveyor maps.
No pre-1911 records have been found for Tiverton, possibly a later name change or addition.
Based on design and presence in 1918, high likelihood of a pre-1911 construction date.

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18/RP11010, Flomarnor

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18/RP11010, Flomarnor, cont.

Flomarnor name appears in the 1918 surveyor plan, and in electoral rolls from 1921 onward. Possibly a late name change or addition.
Separate kitchen extension typical for colonial and Federation era.
Unusual foundation blocks of Brisbane tuff, with coarse mortar.
Chimney present.
Gable appears to be a post-1918 extension, possibly late 1920s or 1930s, see mismatched weather boards.
This is likely a pyramid-roof cottage of late colonial style with half-timbered gable and cantilevered hood added in 1920s/30s, and veranda built-in.
On balance a high likelihood of pre-1911 construction, however closer inspection is required.

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19/RP11010, Myrtle

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19/RP11010, Myrtle cont.

No records found of Myrtle name in this location.


Short-ridge roof workers cottage with gable to the rear.
Front-facing veranda has been built-in.
House is present in the current location on 1918 Surveyor maps.
Based on design and presence in 1918 plans, a high likelihood of a pre-1911 construction date.

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3/GTP104204

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3/GTP104204 cont.

Bungalow with verandas to three sides, intact.


No record of a name, or other positive identifier.
The property was owned by Frank ODonnell from about 1909, and the house changed name from Greystanes to Ascanius around 1916. Possibly a new build around this time.
Rear of the house has been altered somewhat due to subdivision.
House is present in the current location on 1918 Surveyor maps.
Medium likelihood of a pre-1911 construction date.

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11/SP148178, Normanlea

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11/SP148178, Normanlea, cont.

Late colonialstyle, gabled cottage with later modifications incl. cantilevered hood on gable.
Normanlea appears first time in 1909 PO directory.
Based on architectural style, presence on 1918 survey and record of name from 1909, a very high likelihood of pre-1911 construction date.

1909 PO Directory

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52/RP11010, Ranish Villa

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52/RP11010, Ranish Villa cont.

Short-ridge roof workers cottage core, with substantial post-1918 extension to the rear and northern side.
Late colonial style.
House is present in the current location on 1918 Surveyor maps.
House name is present in PO and electoral rolls from 1903 and onwards.
Very High likelihood of a pre-1911 construction date.

1903 PO Directory

1911 Electoral Roll

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84/RP11010, Wirrawa

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84/RP11010, Wirrawa cont.

Colonial-style gabled cottage, originally two rooms with rear kitchen, extended to the rear post-1918. Style common pre-1900, with some later examples.
Brick construction, front veranda built-in.
House is present in the current location on 1918 Surveyor maps.
Wirrawa name appears after 1916, no record of previous name.
Based on architectural style and presence on 1918 surveyor plan, high likelihood of pre-1911 construction date.

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APPENDIX 1 POST OFFICE DIRECTORIES, LYTTON ROAD

1895 PO Directory
1896 PO Directory 1900 PO Directory
1903 PO Directory

1911 PO Directory
1905 PO Directory 1907 PO Directory 1909 PO Directory

Scanlan St
originally
referred to
as Laidlaw
Pde.

Current
Laidlaw pde
location
appears ca
1910

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1915 PO Directory 1918 PO Directory

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