Peter.Stokes: Walcha, Makers in Metal Letterbox, NSW
Peter.Stokes: 'Mototcycle Friendly' Walcha Caravan Park, Walcha, NSW
Peter.Stokes: Maxi at Walcha Caravan Park, Walcha, NSW
Peter.Stokes: “The Board” By Stephen King, 2007 carved from stringybark. Walcha -
Peter.Stokes: “Weather Signs” By Stephen King, 1996 Made with local yellow-box and steel.
Peter.Stokes: The Walcha Theatre, opened in 1928,
Peter.Stokes: The Apsley River, from Fitzroy Street Bridge, Walcha, NSW
Peter.Stokes: Song Cycle –By James Rogers. Walcha: Street Art 2001
Peter.Stokes: All Aboard – By David Waters - Train Seat Walcha
Peter.Stokes: 'Headwaters' Drinking Fountain Sculpture. A Collaboration of Mark Walker and James Rogers
Peter.Stokes: Chevrolet Truck 1925
Peter.Stokes: Got a lot of grass to mow?
Peter.Stokes: Creative country letterbox near Barraba
Peter.Stokes: Metal Art By Lorraine Maddigan. .Wolseley Park toilet block, Gunnedah
Peter.Stokes: Heritage Stone Sculptures in the Pensioners Garden, Gunnedah
Peter.Stokes: Miners Memorial Pensioners Hill Gardens, Gunnedah
Peter.Stokes: Eagles Wings Seat at Gunnedah Pensioners Hill Gardens
Peter.Stokes: Looking across Gunnedah from Pensioners Hill Lookout
Peter.Stokes: Park View Hotel, Gunnedah. Built 1935
Peter.Stokes: Welcome to the Gunnedah Rural Museum
Peter.Stokes: A small part of Gunnedah Rural Museum
Peter.Stokes: 1944 McCormick Farmall Tractor
Peter.Stokes: Morris Commercial Flat tray. !956
Peter.Stokes: Ford Zephyr ute (1960s)
Peter.Stokes: The model railway at Gunnedah Rural Museum
Peter.Stokes: Another small part of Gunnedah Rural Museum
Peter.Stokes: Gunnedah Silo Art with a new road bridge over the railway to the right.
Peter.Stokes: Gunnedah Silo Art, Celebrating local girl Dorothea Mackellar. By Heesco.
Peter.Stokes: 'I love a sunburnt Country' by Dorothea Mackellar
Peter.Stokes: The silo & The Brunton Maze Mill (1904)