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  • 90th Anniversary of Newcastle Steelworks Opening    
    Tuesday, May 31 2005 @ 10:44 PM
    Contributed by: aub

    ‘The Muster Point’ is a house-size sculpture erected in 1999

    Media Release

    90th Anniversary of Newcastle Steelworks Opening

    Newcastle Industrial Heritage Association will commemorate the 90th anniversary of the official opening of Newcastle Steelworks, on Thursday 2 June 2005 at 10.30am.

    The Steelworks has left its mark on Newcastle and its people. Most locals are related to someone who once worked at the steelworks.

    All Novocastrians are invited to assemble at ‘The Muster Point’ for an address on the past and future of the steelworks site and its heritage, and to raise a toast to the anniversary.

    ‘The Muster Point’ is a house-size sculpture erected in 1999 by steelworks employees under the supervision of renowned sculptor Julie Squires, to commemorate closure of the steelworks.

    It is located near the entrance to the steelworks site, on the corner of Industrial Drive and Selwyn St, Mayfield.

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