Q. When is a door not a door?
A. When it’s a jar!
But in this case when all the walls to the house have been eaten out by white ants.
The thing I like about the huge stations out here is that the history has just been left to fend for itself.
It’s all out there. Compared to the history of ancient castles in England, this history can easily be reached out and touched. The ghosts of the pioneers behind Australia will be back after lunch if you like.
Keep off the Grass, please don’t touch, Jobs worth museum attendants, white gloves, behind glass, no eating or drinks allowed. Need I go on?