Collie Police Station – National Trust Property
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About this site: Originally constructed in 1926, the Police Station is a single storey building with iron roof. Occupants have included the Police, the Water Authority and the Collie Arts Group. The property was classified by the National Trust in 1988. It is currently occupied by local community groups and can only be viewed externally.
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