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Gray's Store
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According to the plate in front of Gray's Store was built in 1861 by the merchant Henry Gray. It was sold in 1890 and used as residential house until the 1950's. Now maintained by the National Trust for restoration.

Some information you find here: Sydney Morning Herald

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Uploaded: 14/03/2011
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Tags: greenough; trail; heritage; national trust; wa; historic; building
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