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||The Phoenix Foundry has great historical significance as it is the oldest operating foundry in Australia. Located on the eastern side of Uralla, it can be found by following the signs to Walcha and then watching for the Foundry signs.|
|Right in the centre of town, McCrossin's Mill Houses the Uralla Historical Societies Museum. The collection of material, including much related to Captain Thunderbolt, is well worth the visit.|
|Uralla is an historic town with many of its buildings having passed the test of time. Two of these locally historic buildings are the Old Courthouse (now housing the town library) and the Post Office, which is still operational.|
|With rail a major form of transport to the region, the Uralla Railway Station has seen many passengers and much freight over the years. The station has been fully restored and is fully operational with daily passenger services stopping here.|
|The Antique Gallery, located on the New England Highway opposite the Tourist Information Centre, has a vast range of antiques and memorobillia for sale, or just browse and look at items from a bygone era. Sadly, this building was severely damaged by fire early in 2006 and its future is yet to be made known.|
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