June Madden's father was Stan Atherton, the Officer-in-charge of the RAN Armament Depot at Newington between 1950 and 1962. As a young woman, June lived in the OIC's residence, now known as Building 122 and colloquially as "The White House". These snaps from June's collection will give you some of the flavour of life at Newington in the years after World War 2. Thank you, June, for allowing us to share your photos.(Sadly, June died on 25 August 2015)

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sparkymarch1954_small.jpg mrsbrownmrbrownmalcolmannettedogandmayflower_small.jpg thebrownshouseatranadnewington_small.jpg sheepgrazingundertreesnewingtonmagazinejuly1952_small.jpg
haroldbuggshepherdandhandymanjuly1952_small.jpg sheeppensjuly1952_small.jpg amicuteorwhat_small.jpg motherandlambsnewingtonmagazinejuly1952_small.jpg
juneatranadnewingtondecember1951_small.jpg athertonfamilyhomeatranadnewington_small.jpg junesfriendermainbackyard_small.jpg junesfriendermaonfenceofpigstynewingtonhospital_small.jpg
juneonfencewithparramattariverinbackground_small.jpg silverwaterparramattariver13june1952_small.jpg haroldbuggjuly1952_small.jpg athertonfamilyshouseatnewingtonrearview1952_small.jpg
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