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[{"location_number":"1","title":"Hidden Histories","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop01_Final_Mix.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(BUSY CONTEMPORARY TRAIN STATION, TRAINS PASS, RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENTS PLAY, PASSENGERS\u2019 FOOTSTEPS)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: The dead are invisible, but not absent. We move through our days, around city streets, across hallowed ground with no thought of what happened here before us. Who lived on this spot? How did they die? How many layers of loss lie beneath our busy footsteps? Lost songs, \u0026nbsp;lost kinships. Nor do most of us think about our own lives as one more film of dust beneath the feet of an oblivious future. But I think about it. Cities are always reshaping themselves, being \u0026nbsp;demolished and rebuilt to accommodate the living. But we can visit vanished Sydney by assembling remnants of the past. Maps, letters, paintings, photographs: each one of them evidence, and a doorway into its own story.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT: Doors closing, please stand clear.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Ready? All aboard.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(TRAIN SOUNDS ESCALATE)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/chapter_1_1.jpg"},{"location_number":"2","title":"CONSECRATED GROUND","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop02_Final_Mix.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(IN AN 1820s TOWN, HAWKERS CHANT, BIRDS CALL)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Consider the map. On Gadigal land, a town has been hacked out of rock and forest and named \u2018Sydney\u2019 \u2014 traced with dirt roads, its hillocks and dwellings, a hand whose fingers tentatively reach towards the sea. There\u2019s Cockle Bay, which has nourished the inhabitants for many thousands of years. Past the Brickfields, built around the inlets for their clay, is a wilderness of delicately sketched sand hills. That sandy expanse is where we\u2019re standing now, in the shadow of a future clock tower.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(THE VOICE OF A MAN LEADS PEOPLE IN A HYMN)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(THUD)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 1: Government Orders, 22nd January 1820. His Excellency the Governor has lately caused a spacious burial ground to be prepared and enclosed with a wall, situated at a short distance beyond the Brickfields, which is henceforth only to be used as a place of interment, for the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Sydney.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(MAN SINGS \u2018THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD\u2019 AND PEOPLE SING AS THEY TRUDGE ALONG)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(HYMN SWELLS AND CONTINUES)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 1: \u003Ci\u003ESydney Gazette\u003C\/i\u003E, 1820. Divine Service was performed at the Church of St Philip, York Street, and a very affecting and appropriate sermon was preached by the Reverend Marsden. The reverend gentleman proceeded to the burial ground, followed by the Reverend Mr Cowper, the schoolmasters and all the children of the three government schools in Sydney. The ceremony of consecration was performed by the principal chaplain.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(CROW CAWS)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(SPADE SLICES THE SOIL)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMARSDEN: By virtue of our authority in the Church of God we have now consecrated and set apart from all profane use, this ground, to be a resting place for the remains of those who have departed in the Lord. O God, by whose mercy the faithful departed \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(MARSDEN\u2019S VOICE FADES)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 1: The new cemetery is a large and commodious one, situated on an open and airy ascent, and commanding a picturesque view of the city and harbour.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMARSDEN: The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away; blessed be the name of the Lord.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(MELANCHOLIC PIANO MUSIC PLAYS)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: But what about before? Step back just a year or two and this is all sand and swamp, windswept scrubby heath.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(SOFT BURBLING OF A RUNNING BROOK)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: A stream meanders through it, emptying into Tumbalong. The Gadigal gather on the sand hills to observe the strangers over in the harbour: their tall ships, their clustered tents. Watching as they break up rock, redirect waterways, fell entire stands of life-giving trees.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(BIRDS SING. SAWING AND CRASHING TREES)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Tents become buildings of wood and brick \u2014 shops, houses, stables, cattle yards: a town. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(FAR OFF, HAMMERING, SAWING AND WHINNYING HORSES)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Sydney grows fast \u2014 the boats leave, and return, full.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(HUBBUB, SOUNDS OF CONSTRUCTION)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Those who won\u0027t be going home are buried near the harbour, then further away in the George Street burial ground \u2014 site of the future Town Hall. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(SPADE SLICES THE SOIL)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: As the colony spreads, burials are removed beyond the town limits \u2014 past the Brickfields, to the sand hills.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003E(CHURCH BELLS RING)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/chapter_2.jpg"},{"location_number":"3","title":"RESTING PLACE","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop03_Final_Mix.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 1: Government Orders, 29th January 1820. All vaults shall be of the same length and be placed uniformly in line with each other extending east and west, according to the order established in the mother country. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESHEEP BLEAT IN THE DISTANCE\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 1: Any animals which shall be hereafter found in the New Burial Ground will be impounded for trespass and the owners prosecuted.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: The new cemetery becomes the final resting place of most Sydneysiders: barmaids, bankers and bushrangers, countless infants, even a queen.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMELANCHOLIC PIANO MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECORA GOOSEBERRY (SPEAKS IN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE): ngayagang Cora, gamayngal-ngay ba gadhungal-ngay (I am Cora, I belong to Botany Bay and coastal Sydney) wiyanga-ngay madha nguradjan nhay (I am a senior woman and this is my country) ngura-dha nhay ngalaya dhalimarandhi-djan Bungaree (I lived here with my husband bungaree)\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Cora Gooseberry, a senior Aboriginal woman from coastal Sydney and Botany Bay. A well-known identity throughout the colony during the first half of the 19th century, Cora lived in Aboriginal camps around Sydney Harbour and Botany Bay with her relatives and husband Bungaree.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMARY REIBEY: Mary, widow of Mr Thomas Reibey. Born 1777, died 1855.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: And, by the way, hotel-keeper, businesswoman and trader. Transported for horse-stealing while dressed as a boy, aged 13, she died old and rich in Newtown. She\u2019s buried with her daughter.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECELIA WILLS: Celia, wife of Thomas Wills, who departed this life in September 1823, aged 20 years.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESIMEON LORD: Sacred to the memory of Simeon Lord, late of Band House, Botany, who departed this life January 29th 1840, aged 69 years.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Transported for stealing muslin and calico at 20, in middle-age Lord employed 60 convicts making cloth for the government. Besides auctioneer, sealer and timber merchant, this emancipist became a magistrate.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EISABELLA LAYCOCK: Isabella Laycock, wife of Captain Thomas Laycock, who departed this life May 13th 1817, aged 30 years. Weep not my husband and children dear, I am not dead but sleeping here.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: And along this path, under a crooked banksia, lie the bones of an explorer and botanical collector for the colony.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECUNNINGHAM: Allan Cunningham, Esquire. Departed this life on the 27th June 1839, aged 48 years.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Presbyterian, Catholic, Jewish, Quaker, Wesleyan, Episcopal, and general interments: actually seven distinct cemeteries. Each buried with their own.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESAWING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: But the mother country\u2019s \u2018order\u2019 is not to last long.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EIRON WHEELS, HORSESHOES ON COBBLESTONES\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: The city won\u2019t stop. The streets race outward, hit the wall of the cemetery, jump over it and continue on their mission southward. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESOUNDSCAPE ESCALATES\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: The city won\u2019t stop, and neither will death.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESOFT VIOLIN MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREVEREND WALSH: Christ Church Parsonage, 1849. My Lord, I admit myself of the circumstances of the burial ground being in my parish, to represent to your Lordship its present condition of unfitness as a place of interment for the Christian dead.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHEALTH OFFICER: As Health Officer, I received a letter from a person living near the Burial Grounds, who begged to point out to me:\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EFEMALE VOICE: \u2018\u2026 the filthy and overcrowded state, where some 20 to 30 bodies are interred weekly, many not exceeding two feet below the land, so near the surface that you could just touch them with a walking stick or umbrella.\u2019\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESPADE SLICES THE SOIL\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREVEREND WALSH: It is now scarcely possible to dig a grave without disinterring the remains of dead bodies; and I have myself on several occasions seen the side of coffins projecting at various depths, to the great distress of all right-minded persons.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EFOOTSTEPS ECHOING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHEALTH OFFICER: City Council Chambers, 1860. Gentlemen, the history of medicine shows that overcrowded graveyards within towns and cities have given rise to the most fatal consequences. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EEPIC MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHEALTH OFFICER: The gases which are evolved from the dead human body are capable of producing contagious and more pestilential diseases, even plague and cholera.\u003C\/span\u003E \u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EI therefore now with due deference suggest that my report should be immediately brought under the notice of the government with a view of immediate closing of the burial ground in Devonshire Street.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETHE CLANG OF AN IRON GATE, TOLLING OF A CHURCH BELL\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/chapter_3_new_0.jpg"},{"location_number":"4","title":"STATION FOR A CITY","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop04_Final_Mix_0.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECLATTERING HORSE-DRAWN BUSES, TRAINS, SCREECHING WHEELS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Here we are, standing in a cemetery that reveals its sandy origins with every gusty westerly. Those hills are now stratified with mortal remains and choked with thistles.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EWIND BLOWS, CHATTER IN THE DISTANCE\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: It\u2019s 1889. Despite the gates closing 20 years ago, government exemptions have seen burials continue here \u2014 3000 of them, in fact. But now, with the foetid stench arising from the vaults and drainage poisoning Darling Harbour, there\u2019s pressure to clear away the cemetery altogether.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHUBBUB AND FOOTSTEPS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: What was once a \u2018walking city\u2019 is crisscrossed by tram lines; the entire colony with railway tracks. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETRAMS PASS, BELL DINGS, HAMMER ON METAL\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: With the growing demand for transport, more track is feverishly laid \u2014 but the trains are stopped dead by Devonshire Street and the 30,000 souls buried in the sand. They come to a halt at Redfern.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECONSTRUCTION NOISE FADES, INTENSE PIANO MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 2: The present station, so far from being ornamental, is seen to most advantage when it is pitch dark. It is the ugliest and least commodious structure on the line \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETRAINS PASS ON THE PLATFORM, WHISTLE BLOWS, BLASTS OF STEAM\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 3: Get rid of the objectionable luggage trolley, which is always frightening nervous people and annoying irascible ones when it comes rumbling along the platform.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 2: \u2026 hot and cold blasts and the damp that afflict passengers at Redfern ...\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 3: \u2026 utterly inadequate as the terminus \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Sydney desperately needs a major railway station \u2014 but where to build? Circular Quay? Darling Harbour? Wynyard Square? Dawes Point? Surely not Hyde Park?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EPROTESTORS CHANT, KEYS BEING PRESSED ON A TYPEWRITER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 2: \u003Ci\u003ENational Advocate\u003C\/i\u003E, 1890. A very large public meeting was held in Hyde Park today to protest against the desire of the Railway Commissioners that a portion of Hyde Park be set apart for railway purposes.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 3: \u003Ci\u003EDaily Telegraph\u003C\/i\u003E, 1896. The proposal is still a subject of much discussion. To quote Sir Henry Parkes:\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EPROTESTORS CONTINUE CHANTING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESIR HENRY PARKES: To construct a new railway terminus on the spot would carry with it the immediate destruction of the present Supreme Court and St James\u2019 Church \u2014 it would be the cause of an intolerable disturbance to St Mary\u2019s Cathedral, and create permanent disfigurement of the most beautiful portion of the metropolis.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EBOOING, BANGING OF GAVEL FOR QUIET\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: I call this Legislative Assembly Debate to order on this Thursday, the 7th of December 1899. Minister for Works, you have the floor.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Edward O\u2019Sullivan, a big bloke with a clipped moustache. In the wake of the recent Depression, as unions mobilise and strikes are afoot, he\u2019s looking for a project to employ hundreds.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: Gentlemen, the late Mr Eddy, Chief Commissioner, proposed to resume the whole block on which stands the Benevolent Asylum, Christ Church Rectory, the Convent of the Good Samaritan, the Police Barracks and the Burial Ground.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECROWD EXCLAIMS AND CHATTER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: How will the public react to losing Sydney\u2019s oldest buildings? \u2018Proud foundations destroyed\u2019, or a chance to erase evidence of our convict roots?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECROWD REACTS AND EXCLAIMS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: This is a question that has been delayed too long. For the last 20 years, nothing practicable has yet been done to bring the railway into the city. It has devolved therefore upon this Government to take some decisive steps.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ERUMBLE OF APPROVAL, BANGING OF GAVEL\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: The motion is carried: Devonshire Street Cemetery will be resumed for a new railway station.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EBANGING OF GAVEL, RAIN SPATTERS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENEWSBOY: \u003Ci\u003ETown and Country Journal\u003C\/i\u003E, 1901, sixpence!\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EDOG BARKS IN THE DISTANCE, SHOVELLED SAND\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 2: The whole block of land, of which the cemetery forms but a part, has to be cleared. And when it has been cleared, several of the most interesting features of \u2018old Sydney\u2019 will have disappeared, wreckage upon the waves of the great sea of Progress.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGES, CHATTER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 2: Everyone ought to go and see this cemetery before it is too late \u2014 so do go, all of you, and show some reverence for the men who have helped to make us able to stand alone.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ERAIN SPATTERS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: I went, I was there. We remembered them.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/chapter_4_0.jpg"},{"location_number":"5","title":"POSTERITY","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop05_Final_Mix.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMUFFLED SOUND OF WIND RUSHING THROUGH EMPTY TUNNELS, RUMBLE OF TRAINS, HEAVY METAL DOOR OPENS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Come through, people. Don\u2019t be shy.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EFOOTSTEPS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Just watch the platform edge. We\u2019ve only got a few minutes down here.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 1: Why\u2019s it called the Ghost Platform?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: We\u2019re about 10 metres below the intersection of Chalmers and Devonshire streets. Beneath us are Platforms 24 and 25 to Bondi Junction. They built this in the \u201970s for a Northern Beaches line, never finished it. So we call it the Ghost Platform. That\u2019s one reason.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 2: What\u2019s the other?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: This is the site of an old cemetery. 30,000 corpses, once buried all around us. Rail staff have heard children\u2019s voices down here.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENERVOUS LAUGHTER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: True. Not me personally, but my co-workers have.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 3: When did it close?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: 1866. Only took the government 40 years to start on Central. Sydney had to wait till the turn of the century. Let\u2019s test your knowledge, history buffs: what else was going on in 1901?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 4: Federation.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EWIND RUSHING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Very good. First piece of legislation?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 1: Was it the White Australia Policy?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST 2: Wait, what is the White Australia Policy?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Yep, we were off to a great start. Anyway, the planned demolition of the cemetery stirred up interest. It became a bit of a tourist attraction.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURISTS EXPRESS SURPRISE\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Oh yeah, picnics among the tombs, sentimental poems in the \u003Ci\u003EHerald\u003C\/i\u003E. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOURIST COUGHS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: And fortunately for us, one couple decided to document the place. A Mr and Mrs Foster \u2014 Arthur and Josephine, from Surry Hills. She took photographs, and he copied the tombstone inscriptions into a book. They spent the better part of two years on it.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EFOOTSTEPS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETOUR GUIDE: Alright, let\u2019s move on now \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Oh, at least two years: all our spare time, every weekend. We\u2019d clear away the undergrowth, clean the headstones, ink the lettering to make it legible, and get to work.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESWISH OF KNEE-HIGH GRASS, DRONE OF INSECTS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: What\u2019ve you found there, Josie?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: Come and have a look.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EKEYS BEING PRESSED ON A TYPEWRITER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 4: \u003Ci\u003EAustralian Star\u003C\/i\u003E, February 1901. A thick, disorderly and in some places almost impenetrable scrub covers most of the ground and tombstones lie scattered in careless confusion all over the place.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: Good Lord, a First-Fleeter, wasn\u2019t he?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EKEYS BEING PRESSED ON A TYPEWRITER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 4:\u003C\/span\u003E \u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EWhere standing, they present grotesque attitudes like a party of drunken men crossing a field. The fences bear marks of having been well climbed, and over the whole scene is an indescribable air of careless contempt for a spot that should be hallowed.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: Are these the same Ruxtons your dad used to talk about?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: Could be.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EKEYS BEING PRESSED ON A TYPEWRITER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 7: A lady photographer, with her attendant genius holding the umbrella to shield her from the bright and ardent sun of an easy and cool summer\u2019s day, was there.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: Can you hold the tripod steady, Arthur?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: Doing my best.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECAMERA CLICKS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: Got it.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: Over here, love. Watch your hands, there\u2019s thorns.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: It\u2019s a brother and sister. Look how small they were. \u2018Harriet Mary Sheba\u2019 1 year, 7 months and 15 days. And her brother, 3 years 5 months and 9 days. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHARRIET SHEBA (CHILD) \/ JOSEPHINE: Harriet Mary Sheba, who ceased to breathe on the 5th day of December, 1836.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: Is this one too far gone? It\u2019s nearly worn away.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHUGH MACDONALD (SCOT) \/ ARTHUR: In this grave are deposited the remains of Hugh MacDonald, leaving behind him a widow and family of young children to deplore his premature dissolution.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOSEPHINE\/NARRATOR: We\u2019re going to lose the light soon.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EARTHUR: No, would you credit it? Here\u2019s James Squire.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJAMES SQUIRE (ELDERLY): In sacred respect to the remains of Mr James Squire, late of Kissing Point, who departed this life May 16, 1822, at the age of 67 years. He arrived in this colony on the First Fleet. Under his care, the hop plant was first cultivated in this settlement and the first brewery erected.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EELIZA TURNER (BITTER): Eliza Turner, aged 40 years, after a painful and lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOHN WEISS (GERMAN): To the memory of Frederick Gustaff, Infant Son of John and Elizabeth Weiss. Who died on the 2nd of May 1855, aged 17months and 7 days, Sweet innocency\u2019s form lies here Lamented by his parents dear Who hopes at last in endless joy To meet again their lovely boy.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMARY LONG (IRISH): Sacred to the memory of Denis Long, Native of the City of Cork Ireland. Lord have mercy on his soul.\u003C\/span\u003E \u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EI\u2019m married to the grave \/ My wedding day is oer \/ My husband I adore \/ And my name is Mary Long.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMELANCHOLIC VIOLIN MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Many are here in Arthur\u2019s books. Carefully, lovingly, transcribed. Nation-builders, and stillborn babies. All equal in death.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EJOHN LEWIN: Here rests the body of John Lewin, who departed this life 1819, aged 49 years. In him the community has been deprived of an honest man and this country of an eminent artist in his line of Natural History painting, in which he excelled. He is gone.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EISAAC TITTERTON: Isaac Titterton who departed this life on the 3rd of December 1852 aged 50 years.\u003C\/span\u003E \u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EAnd his children, Charles Hadley, 11 years. Elizabeth Jane, 3 years and 10 months. William Henry, 17 months. \u2018Our child that moulders in the tomb was beautiful from birth.\u2019\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EEPITAPHS OVERLAP\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EWILLIAM WARREN: Mr William Warren, late of York Street, who in the meridian of his life, by a fatal fall from his horse was so mortally injured as to cause his death.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECATHERINE HAMILTON: Catherine Jane who departed this life in the 22nd year of her age having never recovered from the shock and affliction occasioned by the awful and sudden death of her husband who met his fate by the falling of his horse. \u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EMADAME MARIE MARGUERITT D\u2019HOTMAN: Madame Marie Margueritt D\u2019Hotman who departed this life at Hobart Town on the 9th August 1831 aged 52 years. Her remains were conveyed from thence at her last request to be placed by the side of her beloved granddaughter.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EEDWARD JAMES GREY: Edward James Grey. This promising and lamented youth fell victim at the age of 11 years to the envenomed bite of a snake.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EWILLIAM OLIVER: William Oliver, killed by a bullock cart.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETHOMAS AMOS: Sacred to the memory of Thomas Sterrup Amos Esquire, solicitor of this colony, who deceased on the 19th of November 1819, the victim of deeply wounded feelings.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESOBBING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ELETTER-WRITER 1: To the Editor: Is the dust of men who, in their day, worked hard to build up this city to be scattered to the winds? Having an interest in that sleeping place of the dead, I write thus early to express the hope that due respect will be paid.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ESCRATCHING OF NIB ON PAPER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ELETTER-WRITER 2: \u2018Disturb them not! The hallowed dead \/ Nor come where they have calmly slept; \/ Full half a century hath sped \/ Since o\u2019er their graves their loved ones wept.\u2019\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EPIANO MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: We were looking backwards while looking forwards. Recording the past as it disappeared beneath our feet, so that you, the future, wouldn\u2019t forget.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ERUMBLING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/chapter_5.jpg"},{"location_number":"6","title":"EXHUMATION AND EXCAVATION","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop06_Final_Mix_0.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EA BUSTLING CITY WITH TRAMS, HORSES, A BELL DINGS\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL: The Department of Public Works will bear all reasonable expenses incurred in the re-interment of bodies in such cemetery as the said representatives of the deceased may desire.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EHECKLER 1: What? Speak English!\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EHECKLER 2: They\u2019ll pay to move your gran\u2019s bones somewhere else.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EHECKLER 1: Oh.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL: In the case of those bodies for which no applications will have been received at the expiration of this notice, exhumation will be carried out by the Government.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003ECROWD DISPERSES, KEYS BEING PRESSED ON TYPEWRITER\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 5: \u003Ci\u003EThe Sydney Mail\u003C\/i\u003E, 1901. Rapid progress is being made with the work of removing bodies to the new cemetery at La Perouse so that a start may be made with the foundations of the big railway station.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EDING OF THE CARRIAGE RETURN AS ITS CLATTER IS SUPERSEDED BY ANOTHER TYPEWRITER\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: \u003Ci\u003ESydney Morning Herald\u003C\/i\u003E, 1901. During the past fortnight, large numbers of people have been arriving daily to give directions as to the disposition of their buried relatives.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 5: So many graves were found under paths and in unindicated places that it was found necessary to trench over the whole ground to a depth of several feet in order to get all the remains.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: When a grave is opened at Devonshire Street, the tombstone and the coffin are similarly numbered. To facilitate the transference of the coffins, two-and-a-quarter miles of tramline has been constructed from the Botany terminus.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EIRATE SCRATCHING OF NIB ON PAPER\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003ELETTER-WRITER 1: To the Editor: Monetary miscalculations appear to be a weakness with the present State Government. Now we are told that the removal of bones will cost, not 10,000 pounds as originally estimated, but 50,000, if not more.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003ESUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: As headstones and scrub are dug up, the sand hills are once again revealed. The factories continue to belch away up on Albion Street, it\u2019s business as usual in the foundries and sweatshops. But here, on these 12 acres, some strange finds are being made by the workmen.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EKEYS BEING PRESSED ON TYPEWRITER\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 5: \u003Ci\u003ESydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser\u003C\/i\u003E, 1901. In one grave were a beautiful pair of Chinese slippers with the bones of a woman\u2019s feet inside them. On Monday morning, when the men went back to work, they found small candles tied in bamboo burning over the open grave.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: It was the family vaults which presented the most gruesome appearance. Some of these had quite collapsed, and through the holes thus caused, fragments of coffins and human bones could be seen.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EMUTED VERSION OF THE WHISPERED EPITAPHS OVERLAPPING\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EMARY REDMAN (WHISPERED): Beneath this stone are deposited the remains of Sophia Redman. Died September 3rd 1828. Aged 3 years and 3 days.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EJOHN REDMAN (WHISPERED): Also of John Redman who died November 26th 1837, aged 70 years.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EMARY REDMAN (WHISPERED): Also of Mary Redman, relict of John Redman. Died February 23rd 1859 aged 68 years, leaving four sons and two daughters. Her whole life was devoted to the moral and material welfare of her children. God graciously permitted her to see them all educated and married.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 5: In most cases, the mortal remains consisted of little else than a few bones, a handful of dust, and what looked like burnt rags. In some cases, however, the remains were fairly well preserved, particularly so in the case of one Stephenson, who was buried right up to the railings in Devonshire Street ...\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003EVOICES FADE AWAY\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: The body was almost wholly preserved, clad in a dress suit, white bow, and gold studs in the shirtfront, the whole remaining after many years intact.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 5: I cannot tell you all I felt as I walked over the cleared ground \u2014 it seemed like taking the veil off some sacred thing and I could only touch the stone lovingly and say some tender little prayer for the long, long dead who seemed so friendless, so utterly alone, yet right against the throbbing heart of the living city.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:107%\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003ETHROBBING\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/image-5.jpg"},{"location_number":"7","title":"BIRTH OF A STATION","audiosrc":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/DeadCentral_Stop07_Final_Mix.mp3","transcript":"\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EOPTIMISTIC TURN-OF-LAST-CENTURY MUSIC PLAYS, BANGING, SPADE SLICES THE SOIL, PEOPLE CHATTER\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: The new Central Railway Station will be the handsomest in the world.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: Mr O\u2019Sullivan, according to the \u003Ci\u003EBulletin\u003C\/i\u003E, the plans show it has all the salient features of the Colosseum, St Paul\u2019s, the Kremlin and a Yankee skyscraper.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ELAUGHTER IN THE DISTANCE\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: The tower will be 250 feet high, with a clock visible from most parts of the city. All the streets approaching will be 100 feet wide, planted on each side with trees. Right in front will stand Belmore Park, which will be without fences, and virtually become the front garden, while at the same time being accessible to all classes of people.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHAMMERING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: Made of sandstone from Pyrmont Quarry, marble from Orange, and a ticket office of Tasmanian blackwood.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: And New South Wales tallowwood in the floors, cedar for joinery \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EREPORTER 6: Sounds expensive. In fact, 561,000 of taxpayers\u2019 hard-earned pounds?\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: Of course, there are people who will take exception to this expenditure, but I predict that when they see the Central Railway Station completed, they will be its warmest admirers.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EHAMMERING, SPADE SLICES THE SOIL\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EBRASS BAND PLAYS, CHEERING AND APPLAUSE\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EO\u2019SULLIVAN: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. I built, not for today or 20 years hence, but for all time, for a city to surpass even Paris in beauty and picturesqueness. It is cheering, after the flood of abuse poured on me, to see that at last opening day is at hand.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EGOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 2: On this day the 4th of August, 1906, I hereby declare Central Station open!\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ECHEERING AND APPLAUSE, A TRAIN CHUGGING ALONG\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: As we march towards the glorious future, the past keeps slipping away, to be swallowed up by the dark.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EABORIGINAL SINGING\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Look at the map now: those fingers confidently striving towards the sea; forest and rivulets, once charted as empty space, razed in the name of nation-building. The Great War will delay the building of the clock tower, but in 15 years it will cast its shadow over the young city. But before then \u2026\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EABORIGINAL SINGING CONTINUES\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EVOICES OF RECOGNISABLE GHOSTS SUCH AS CORA GOOSEBERRY, HARRIET SHEBA, ETC\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EVOICE 1: \u2026 a bush capital will be founded.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EVOICE 2: Australian explorers will venture south and slog through Antarctic ice.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EVOICE 3: Half a million boys will be given guns and shipped to Europe, many never to return.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EVOICE 4: The NSW Government will gain power to remove Aboriginal children from their families.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EABORIGINAL SINGING FADES\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ETRAIN PASSES, WHEELS SCREECH, WHISTLE BLOWS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: But for now, as the first train out of the terminus is signalled with a gold whistle and a silk flag, everything looks rosy. This little piece of yellow cardboard: a ticket from Sydney\u2019s brand-new Central Station. So many stories compressed into a paper stub.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EFOOTSTEPS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003ENARRATOR: Peel back one layer and there are countless more below, stories lying dormant, wanting to be picked up and turned over and examined, waiting to be looked at in the light.\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-size:11pt\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022line-height:normal\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022text-autospace:none\u0022\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:Calibri,sans-serif\u0022\u003E\u003Ci\u003E\u003Cspan style=\u0022font-family:\u0026quot;Cambria\u0026quot;,serif\u0022\u003EETHEREAL MUSIC PLAYS\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/i\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/span\u003E\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n\r\n\u003Cp style=\u0022margin-bottom:11px\u0022\u003E\u0026nbsp;\u003C\/p\u003E\r\n","image":"https:\/\/s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com\/slnsw.audio-guides\/production\/s3fs-public\/2019-05\/image-12.jpg"}]