Yan Yean Cottages

Paddock Road

By Llinos Thomas

Yan Yean Cottages
Watford Library P01727
Cottages and gardens
Watford Library, P101726

Images of Yan Yean Cottages in Paddock Road.

Do you recognise the children playing outside the cottages?

This page was added on 15/08/2011.

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  • My grandmother lived at No 2, family name Ryan. Shown in 1901 and 1911 census. i wonder if anyone has any interesting information about/links with the family?

    By Carole West (27/05/2021)
  • Yan Yean Cottages behind 17 to 23 Upper Paddock Road, Oxhey were demolished in 1934/5
    Yan Yean is Melbourne’s oldest reservoir, supplying the city with its first water supply. Construction began in 1853, when Victoria’s gold rush was in full flight. When completed in 1857, it was the world’s largest artificial reservoir and Australia’s first major dam. Sourced from the Plenty River, a tributary of the Yarra, Yan Yean is still one of Melbourne’s major suppliers of water today.

    By Terry Trainor (24/04/2020)
  • These cottages were behind 17 to 23 Upper Paddock Road and were demolished in 1934/5

    By Debbie Dibble (07/01/2019)
  • Hello,

    I have a birth certificate for an ancestor which shows Upper Paddock Road.

    Steve.

    By Steve Goodey (02/09/2015)
  • Where were these cottages. Lower or Upper Paddock road. The only cottages they resemble are the old railway cottages near the village green. Any ideas?

    By Peter (27/08/2012)