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Fremantle Station works start

Scaffolding put up at Fremantle Station this week signals the start of the next stage of conservation works for the station.

The latest work will be carried out by highly-skilled craftsmen in a process which will take a number of years to complete. PTA is undertaking the work as part of its conservation plan to preserve the station buildings for future generations.

The first phase will focus on the conservation of the Donnybrook stone facade.

Fremantle Station was included on the Heritage Council of Western Australia’s Register of Heritage Places as a Permanent Entry in 2001 and is protected by the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990.

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