2012: On cover: 150 years of progress, celebrations & events 1862-2012. State School Bright, 1920s. Peace Day celebrations, 1918. Capt. Frank Roberts plane in Sharp’s paddock (vicinity Lumley Drive), 1929. Ian Huggins and Colin Stephens removing pines along Railway Avenue, early 1900s. Ireland Street, c1920. Bush picnic 1919 with Frank Cherry, Phoebe Auger, Bert Biddle, others not identified. Widening of Gavan Street in 1977. Back to Bright Celebrations, 1929 – Donald Abrahams, Kate Walker (?), Ted Talbot and Lawrence (?). Coach leaving the Alpine Hotel, c1920s. The Quin family outside their house in Gavan Street. Bright Centenary Cairn, in honour of the Pioneers, unveiled 10th March, 1962. Postmaster Walter Edwin Davis with his wife Amy and children Percival and Reginald outside the Bright Post Office, c1890. The home of Lewis Kinchela, Wood Street. Robert Leslie’s Tourists’ Home, accommodation for tourists.
2013: The willows, Bright and Quin’s Bridge. Bridge over Buckland River on the Lower Road to Mt. Buffalo. Camping ground at Bright 1929. St. Patrick’s Day sports at Porepunkah, 1900 with Phil Barlow on the right. Post Office Bright, c1869. Heavy snow at Porepunkah, May 31st 1913. The Diamond Drill Mine, Wandiligong 1887 – From left: Sandercock, Harry Krug, Sam May, Bern and Chas Meuleman, Fred Crofts, John White, ??, Berriman, John Tickell, Tom Healy, John Croft, Mrs. Michaells, ??, Sandercock, Arthur Attridge, ??, Mr Michaells, Lov Lardi, ??. Temporary store of Walker Bros Storekeepers at Buffalo Road construction camp site 1908. Wraith Family, Harrietville, c1895 – George Jones, ??, Matt Wraith, Bill Wraith, Jim Wraith, Marion Wraith, Gladys Turner, Frank Matt, Eva Matt, Hilda Thompson. Harrietville – St. Etheldreda’s Anglican church on the right, c1900. School Road, Wandiligong. Shire Hall, 1919. Andy Walker delivering milk from his dairy to his mother, Mrs John Walker who is with Mrs David Walker around 1940 at 16-20 Gavan Stree, now the site of Silver Birches Units. Entrance to Bright, on right 81 Gavin Street.