Stockton, Newcastle

Stock Photography By Rodney Garnett

Stockton is the only suburb of Newcastle north of the Hunter River. The area is only 5 minutes by ferry from the city but otherwise quite isolated and compact which has allowed it to keep its heritage and character.

Stockton, Newcastle
Stockton, Newcastle
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Stockton, Newcastle
Stockton, Newcastle
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Stockton, Newcastle
Stockton, Newcastle
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Stockton, Newcastle  Rusting hull of the Adolphe
Stockton, Newcastle Rusting
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Stockton, Newcastle  Rusting hull of the Adolphe
Stockton, Newcastle Rusting
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Stockton, Newcastle  Rusting hull of the Adolphe
Stockton, Newcastle Rusting
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Stockton, Newcastle from the walking path
Stockton, Newcastle from the
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Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls Anglican church
Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls
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Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls rectory
Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls
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Stockton, Newcastle.  sunset on Stockton beach
Stockton, Newcastle. sunset on
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Stockton, Newcastle  Adolphe shipwreck at sunset
Stockton, Newcastle Adolphe
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1. Stockton, Newcastle. Cottages and St Pauls Rectory on the Stockton peninsula, Newcastle. [2005 012D 019]

2. Stockton, Newcastle. St Pauls church, Rectory and cottages on the Stockton peninsula, Newcastle. [2005 012D 021]

3. Stockton, Newcastle. Walking to the ferry terminus through the cottage lined streets of Stockton. The peninsula is only a 5 minute ferry ride from the city. [2005 012D 022]

4. Stockton, Newcastle Rusting hull of the Adolphe. The coast north of Newcastle is nortorious for shipwrecks and the Adolphe has been incorpororated into the breakwater on the Stockton side of the entrance to Newcastle Harbour, Hunter River. [2005 012D 009]

5. Stockton, Newcastle Rusting hull of the Adolphe. The coast north of Newcastle is nortorious for ship wrecks and several, including the Adolphe have been incorpororated into the breakwater on the Stockton side of the Hunter River entrance to Newcastle Harbour. [2005 012D 005]

6. Stockton, Newcastle Rusting hull of the Adolphe. The rusting hull of the Adolphe wrecked while attemting to enter Newcastle harbour in 1904. The wreck has been incorporated into the Stockton breakwater on the Hunter River. [2005 012D 008]

7. Stockton, Newcastle from the walking path. The Newcastle Christ Church Cathedral and city centre from the Stockton peninsula, across the Hunter River. [2005 012D 012]

8. Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls Anglican church. St Pauls Anglican Church Stockton peninsula Newcastle. [2005 012D 028]

9. Stockton, Newcastle, St Pauls rectory. St Pauls Anglican Church, Rectory Stockton peninsula Newcastle. [2005 012D 030]

10. Stockton, Newcastle. sunset on Stockton beach. Stockton Beach at sunset. [2005 012D 011]

11. Stockton, Newcastle Adolphe shipwreck at sunset. The outline of the Adolphe shipwreck silhouetted against Stockton Beach at sunset. The Stockton peninsula is the only northern suburb of Newcastle across the Hunter river mouth. [2005 012D 010]

 

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