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The broken headstone in the foreground of the original photograph has been restored. The original outline can be seen against a new backing in my photograph, and it's been plastered but you can see where the cracks were.
The big gum tree on the left, which doesn't exist in the original photo, is starting to lift some of the graves with its roots. It's nice that they took the ivy off the church, the stonework is so pretty.
This was taken right in the back corner of the graveyard. No snow today, it was about 25 degrees and very sunny! You can just see the top of the spire and the gravestones that line this photograph up.
This tree is completely blocking the church! But it looks like the right spot, from the position of the gravestones. This is actually taken much further from the church than it appears in the original photo, I had a lot of trouble finding the two smaller headstones in the foreground, they are nearly at the back of the graveyard.
Note the gravestone which isn't in the Archive repost is there - I think it had fallen over and has been 'replanted'
This photograph is a 'closest possible'...where the original photographer stood, there is now a very large tree!
I couldn't get the exact angle on this photograph, because administrative buildings have been built on the place where the original photograph was taken. This was as close as I could manage.
3 Liversidge St, Acton. From the ANU Heritage website, http://heritage.anu.edu.au/Factsheets/Acton_Cottages_3_Liversidge_Street.htm
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