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120 High St, Campbell Town, Tasmania 7210, Australia
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All reviews the main street interesting reading great insight red bridge both sides lovely walk sentences ancestors crime pavement harsh history tasmania information
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a nice surprise as we strolled the Main Street. What a fabulous way to keep and share the history.

Thank Mandy G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were travelling through Campbell Town on our way to the East Coast and stopped for lunch. As we headed into the Bakery, we noticed the bricks and I recalled that I had read something about them when planning our trip. My partner has Tassie...More

Thank Tracey B
Reviewed 25 June 2018

Interesting and enjoyable to stroll around the town and read the hundreds of red bricks with details of convicts and the crimes they committed. Educational.

Thank Edith P
Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

Came across this today out side banjo bake house. Very interesting to see names and ages. A great part of oz history. Just look on the foot path.

Thank Frank M
Reviewed 23 May 2018

You'll be pleased to spend some time walking along the Main Street to view this extraordinary installation. There's so much history here & a detailed look into the past. You may even find an ancestor or two!

Thank Anne S
Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

Campbell Town is a great historic service town between Hobart and Launceston. It is a regular stop for fuel, coffee and food for those who travel the highway often. I never tire of reading the historic brick pavers whilst eating a pie or drinking a...More

Thank wtandy
Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

The convict bricks in the pavement are really interesting when passing through Campbell Town...worth a look.

Thank FootyheadKim
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

it’s about the convicts etc on how and when they died embossed in a brick ... it was a hot day but well worth a look see in this town

Thank Christine A
Reviewed 6 January 2018

These red bricks that run down both sides ofthe Main Street are an interesting way to commemorate the convicts who were transported to the area. If you have the time to wander down the street it makes interesting reading especially for some of the crimes...More

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 13 December 2017

The red brick trail told the story of those that labored so many years ago and who perished.It is good that this has been recorded and worth a view. Apart from the red Bridge there is not a lot else in Campbell Town.

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Jim G
9 February 2017|
Response from brockwellcheryl7 | Reviewed this property |
I believe it means they took their own life. Suicide may have seemed like the only option left for some.
Jim G
9 February 2017|
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Response from heracles2015 | Reviewed this property |
TOL is for "ticket of leave", essentially a letter of parole for prisoners who had served sufficient part of their sentence and demonstrated that they were suitable for partial release or privileges