Scott Carlin, one of our Members is asking whether the membership at large can assist. He describes this red structure as an 'attractive [surely an understatement-ed.] late 19th century pillar box'. He sighted this pillar box in Castray Esplanade, Battery Point and is interested to know anything about it or its relations especially:
- How many of these survive either in the wild (Tasmanian Streets) or in captivity (public and private collections)?
- Are MA Tas members (or their friends) able to confirm sightings?
- Does anyone have data on when and in what quantities these were ordered for Tasmania?
Please reply directly to Scott
and hopefully he will share his research with us!