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MysteryMonday: Route 9, Kangaroo Ground, c.1990

Frame No. 0 – EDHS_03179; Roll of 35mm colour negative film, 5 strips
Kodak GA100 5095
(From the collection of Eltham District Historical Society)

#MysteryMonday – Today’s images are five sequential frames from a roll of colour negative film. We are fairly certain that they are all of Route 9 through the old Shire of Eltham; pretty much because frame No. 3 shows the blue route sign. This suggests they are either of the Kangaroo Ground-Yarra Glen Road or the Kangaroo Ground-Warrandyte Road. Again we feel that they are probably all around Kangaroo Ground.

Our collections team is keen to geo-tag as many images as we can in our collection. So, today’s MysteryMonday challenge is to identify the exact GPS coordinates for each of the five frames using whatever resources you have available. You may happen to know exactly where each of the pictures are taken. Road signage clues are always helpful; for instance, frame No. 1 warns of horse float crossings ahead. Or you may want to take a drive using Google Street View. Then again it is such a beautiful day, you may want to take a real drive and capture an up to date picture as well.

Frame No. 1 – EDHS_03179; Roll of 35mm colour negative film, 5 strips
Kodak GA100 5095
(From the collection of Eltham District Historical Society)

In frames No. 0 and No. 1 there appears to be a small stone building not far from the road, visible near the horse warning signage.

Frame No. 2 – EDHS_03179; Roll of 35mm colour negative film, 5 strips
Kodak GA100 5095
(From the collection of Eltham District Historical Society)
Frame No. 3 – EDHS_03179; Roll of 35mm colour negative film, 5 strips
Kodak GA100 5095
(From the collection of Eltham District Historical Society)
Frame No. 4 – EDHS_03179; Roll of 35mm colour negative film, 5 strips
Kodak GA100 5095
(From the collection of Eltham District Historical Society)

Can you identify these? We’d love to hear from you; your thoughts and suggestions as to where they are and help us catalogue these images.

Over to you . . .

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