It was a nice drive to Gembrook but it was quite chilly when we arrived. Mother had been before and wanted to have Devonshire Tea at a place called Pandoras Box. New owners had just taken over the day we visited and the Dev Tea had finished. Still we had a nice cake each and some tea from Yorkshire. The antique and collectables shop had closed while we having afternoon tea, but while waiting for our food, I paid to have a look at the car museum. More on that in another post.
We walked to the railway station. What funny little train tracks. It is a narrow gauge railway only used by Puffing Billy.
Sadly the sweet shop has closed down. The murals are kinda cute.
Tea rooms, collectables and a car museum. Yep, that is a London taxi, a quite modern model.
When visiting a country town, there should always be a rotunda. I do like a good rotunda.
This is a very round oak tree. I know it is an oak as I nearly went a over t on acorns at the base of the tree. It is also a very large tree, perhaps the largest oak I have seen.
Rosellas feeding in the grass.
I don't know who Andrew Richie was but he died at a young age. The plaque is on the water tank stand, the tank water being used to fill Puffing Billy's boiler.