A North Ryde Farm 1902

 

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This is an article by Julie Dawson that appeared in The Ryde Recorder, November 2002. It is about Heard’s farm in North Ryde. The farm included Heard’s cottages, still standing, at 62 Wicks Road and 505 Twin Road.
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