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Beryl has the last word as our history buff signs off

Premium Content Beryl has the last word as our history buff signs off

Historian Beryl Johnston has written her last column.

The swift advance of railways

Premium Content The swift advance of railways

Region opens up to transport

News flashes along the wires

Premium Content News flashes along the wires

Invention revolutionises communications in Queensland

Greek nobility's role in opening of state rail line

Premium Content Greek nobility's role in opening of state rail line

In 1825, Australia was divided into only two sections

Pioneering characters, royal visits set the tone for 1800s

Premium Content Pioneering characters, royal visits set the tone for 1800s

He decided to "try his luck in Australia” and arrived in 1858

Shield celebrates cricket passion

Premium Content Shield celebrates cricket passion

This story regarding the Sheffield Shield was printed by QT in 1894

When old king coal held sway

Premium Content When old king coal held sway

Wheels of industry kept moving by new mines

Ipswich volunteers take fight for Empire to foreign lands

Premium Content Ipswich volunteers take fight for Empire to foreign lands

Orders were placed with an Ipswich company for khaki drill uniforms

1875 vineyards put Ipswich on map

Premium Content 1875 vineyards put Ipswich on map

Local wines lauded for their quality

Reverend paved the way to provide essential care for seniors

Reverend paved the way to provide essential care for seniors

Family home provided for aged

Old makes way for new in CBD

Old makes way for new in CBD

Ipswich's city centre undergoes major changes in the late 1900s

Council older than State Parliament

Council older than State Parliament

Heritage City lived up to its name with first meeting back in 1859

Rich tradition of horse racing in city

Rich tradition of horse racing in city

A history of horses, places and people

From silly school howlers to indecent acts

From silly school howlers to indecent acts

Life was never dull in Ipswich.

Church a part of the fabric of our rich and notable heritage

Church a part of the fabric of our rich and notable heritage

Into this unruly town Reverend William Moore was invited to preach

How a local ended up in the Antarctic

How a local ended up in the Antarctic

Dr Jones said he had a splendid time

Early sporting greats who helped put city on the map

Early sporting greats who helped put city on the map

Competitive spirit untamed in the region

Increasing prosperity brings new stores

Increasing prosperity brings new stores

Do you remember when prime rib roast was 45c a pound?

Rail workers honoured at ceremony

Rail workers honoured at ceremony

He said in its history no traitor would walk behind it

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