Glass panels (3), views of Sydney Harbour, Huonville Bridge and Hawkesbury Bridge, stained glass, made by W & J J Keir, Glasgow, Scotland, 1890-1900
Three hand-painted stained glass panels framed for back-lit viewing. The three images are framed by gold circles surrounded by floral motifs.
The first panel depicts views over Sydney Harbour from a North Sydney vantage point used by the Charles Kerry studio and other photographers. Ships are depicted on the harbour and the city of Sydney is in the distance.
The second panel depicts the railway bridge over the Huon River in Tasmania. The view of Huonville shows the five-arched bridge that was erected in 1876 and remained in place until 1926. The Picnic Hotel is shown in the background. The township of Huonville lies to the south west of Hobart.
The third panel depicts the railway bridge over the Hawkesbury River, New South Wales.