Heritage Walk: Back-track walk to Fitzsimons Lane – 2 July, 2pm

Saturday 2nd July 2016 at 2.00pm

Part of an early map of the southern end of Bolton Street, Eltham showing a proposed subdivision - this is now the site of Fitzsimons Lane
Part of an early map of the southern end of Bolton Street, Eltham showing a proposed subdivision – this is now the site of Fitzsimons Lane

Our July heritage excursion will be a walk to Yarra Hill Close and Fitzsimons Lane Bridge, based on the story on pages 3 and 4.

Although the route is close to Fitzsimons Lane it will follow streets and paths that may not be familiar to many local residents. It will include commentary on the history of this corner of the Town of Eltham.

This walk on Saturday 2nd July will follow a “there and back” route, that is returning over much the same course. It is about 2.5 km in length and will take 2 to 2.5 hours. It includes some hills.

It will start at 2pm at the corner of Bolton Street and Old Eltham Road (Melway ref.21 F10).

This free walk is open to the general public as well as Society members.

Dogs are not permitted on Society excursions.

Phone number of contact on the day is 0409 021 063

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