In Depth

Launceston architecture was captured by an amateur photographer just before it was destroyed

Brinley Duggan
Updated March 2 2021 - 10:57am, first published February 28 2021 - 3:00am
HISTORICAL ARTEFACT: The old T & G building on the corner of Paterson and Charles Street, Launceston as it would have been on the current streetscape. Pictures: H.B. Fowler/Phillip Biggs
HISTORICAL ARTEFACT: The old T & G building on the corner of Paterson and Charles Street, Launceston as it would have been on the current streetscape. Pictures: H.B. Fowler/Phillip Biggs

Whether Harry Beresford "Berry" Fowler knew his photos would carry historical significance or not when he took them is unclear.

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Brinley Duggan

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