Penghana 1898 – National Trust Property
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About this site: An impressive house and grounds dramatically sited overlooking Queenstown. Penghana was the home of the first mine manager of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company who developed the company into the largest early 20th C industrial enterprise in Tasmania. This splendid Federation style house has been home to 13 more mine managers subsequently and is now used for accommodation and dining.
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