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Callington an old copper mining town attracted Cornish settlers. In 1862 they built a Primitive Methodist Church. It closed in 1900 with Methodist Union and has been for decades a residence.

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Callington an old copper mining town attracted Cornish settlers. In 1862 they built a Primitive Methodist Church. It closed in 1900 with Methodist Union. It has been for decades a residence.

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Callington an old copper mining town on the Bremer River. This fine stone and brick flourmill was erected in 1858. It closed in 1859 and has been a residence for many years.

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Callington copper mining town on the Bremer River. Old general store and resindence in the main street Montefiore Street. Built in the late 1850s

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Callington on the Bremer River. A very rusty old model T Ford in a yard.

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Callington. The Bremer River in this old copper mining town is crossed by the beautiful Erskine Bridge built in 1890 and still in use.

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Gustafsberg resort

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Callington. Established 1849. Copper mining 1850 to 1875. A partially restored old miner's cottage from the 1850s. Popular with pidgeons but not house buyers.

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Callington. Established 1849. Copper mining 1850 to 1875. Railway reached here around 1884. Station now demolished. All that remains is the station masters house and water tower. It is on the Adelaide to Melbourne railway.

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Callington. Old copper mining town. Most of the district farmers were of German descent. St Peter's Lutheran Church was built in 1864. The bluestone was cement rendered a few decades ago.

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Callington. The railway reached here around 1884 on the connection to Melbourne which began 1887. A local resident in the 1890s railway workers cottages has his own little Callington railway station. The old station has been demolished. .

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Callington. The town was established in 1849 when copper was found here. A deserted cottage from the 1850s in the main street.