Newcastle District Tramways Roll of Honour


The front end of a steam Tram enclosed within square brickwork with a glass front door. A large cross placed on top of the memorial, with a rock garden in the front. It is illuminated at night. Inscriptions on the 3 sides are partially hidden by twin pine trees growing at the rear. The memorial is facing north onto Denision Street. A clock has replaced the single head light and is set to 11 o'clock. On the edge of the grounds of the Gordon Avenue Bus Deport.


(the cross) 1914-1918 (front at bottom of glass door) 1914-18 (left side - east) World War II For King and Country 1939-45 (rear - south) For King and Country 1914-18 (right side - west) Korea 1950-53 Vietnam 1962-72 (inside - top) Newcastle District Tramways Roll of Honour (On front of tram ) For King and Empire Tram number - 54A (inside bottom) In Honour of the Living and to the Glorious Memory of the Dead

Veterans listed on this memorial

Rank Given Name Family Name Conflict/s Fate Service No. Service Campaign Link
R E Ball World War 1 view
J S Birse World War 1 view
R H Blackett World War 1 view
C E Blackett World War 1 view
T R Bond World War 1 view
C Bowman World War 1 view
J Brown World War 1 view
P Bruniges World War 1 view
O Bryant World War 1 view
S G Bull World War 1 view
Corner of Dension Street and Gordon Avenue
Hamilton (Newcastle) NSW 2303
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Mr Robert McLardy

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