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Groundwater is the name of the family that once lived in this forgotten old house in a rural area not far from Gympie, Queensland. The old 44 gallon drums were an essential item on country properties throughout Queensland during the early 1930ís. Now neglected, this farmhouse belonged to one of the longstanding Gympie and district families. The old house with 44ís and tin buckets just now laying around the outside has seen many years of families and children come and grow up and move on. The drums would have provided fuel for vehicles and tractors on the farm, then used for storing other item like grain, water or even turned into dog kennels and articles of furniture. The 44ís were a prized item and carried long-lasting fond memories of days growing up on the farm.
March 14th, 2013
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