Argyle homestead a diamond in Geham's crown

Brandon Long
By Brandon Long
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:43pm, first published January 8 2022 - 10:00am
GOTHIC GLORY: Argyle homestead at Geham, north of Toowoomba, was built in the 1870s. Photo: Brandon Long

One of the Munro girls giggles as she writes her name in lead pencil on the upper level chimney in the 1890s. The blacksmiths' tools are clanging in the corrugated iron and timber outbuilding. The cows are mooing, wanting to be milked. The trees rustling in the breeze tell stories of their homelands - England, the US, Australia.

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Queensland Country Life journalist

Brandon Long is a Queensland Country Life journalist based in Toowoomba.

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