TitleAerial view over Strathpine, 1972DescriptionThis view, looking south towards Brendale, shows both Gympie Road and the North Coast Railway passing through the central Strathpine area before turning sharply towards the Bald Hills area in the top left of the photograph. Four Mile Creek can be seen in the foreground. Some new suburban development is evident on both sides of Samsonvale Road in the centre of the photograph. Although Strathpine Plaza can be seen at the intersection of Gympie Road and Bells Pocket Road, this photograph predates the construction of Westfield Shopping Centre. Much of the residential and commercial development which took place during the late 1960s and early 1970s can be attributed to Bill (W.H.) Bowden who successfully marketed and developed numerous estates in the area. Many Strathpine residents will remember Bill Bowden's slogan: Little Aspley - that's Strathpine. This photograph was taken on 26 October 1972.Date26 October 1972PhotographerW.A. Jones and Company, BrisbaneRecord typeAerial photographFormat typePhysicalOriginal format colourBlack and white
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