July 28

Sunday Afternoon Adventure at the State Library

As I was wondering back to my car this afternoon after another fantastic movie at the film festival, I found myself walking up the stairs of the State Library. After all this talk of Ned Kelly I couldn’t help but take a peek at this famous man’s 44kg amour. I stared in amazment as I looked closely at the bullet holes that had dinted these steel plates and felt myself step back in time to that fateful day in Glenrowan, when Ned finally met his match. I also saw Ned’s death mask and Harry Power’s pistel. I would highly recommend a trip to the State Library, it is a free exhibition with lots of information to read about Australia’s greatest bushranger.

 

 

 


Posted July 28, 2013 by baker2012 in category Uncategorized

1 thoughts on “Sunday Afternoon Adventure at the State Library

  1. Ann and David A

    I have never visited the State Library so I am now definitely putting it on my list of places to visit when next in the city!. Sounds a very interesting place!

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