|Katoomba St, 1940|
- Katoomba Railway Station 1881
|Harry Peckman c.1910|
- James’ Corner 1925 Inter-war free classical
- The Carrington. Federation free classical, Art Deco, Art Nouveau styles
- Carrington Inn Bar 1916 Federation free style.
- Shops 49-57 Katoomba St, post 1922. Inter-War free classical style
- Katoomba Post Office 1919-10, 1923, 1971. Federation period free classical style
- The Paragon Café building, 63-67 Katoomba St, 1916, 1925, 1934, 1936. Art Deco, Aztec Odeon (Banquet Hall) and early Modern Ocean Liner styles.
- Embassy Theatre building 73-75 Katoomba St, 1914, 1933
- Froma House 1867 and Froma Lane 1913
In 1883 Froma was bought by Michael Metcalf (1813-1890), a merchant, customs agent and prominent Sydney Anglican, who lived there with his family until 1911. By 1914 old Froma had gone, replaced by a new kindergarten school of six rooms, close behind the new post office, which had recently been erected in rapidly developing Katoomba Street.
- Raeburn 1916 145 Katoomba St. (PF800)
- Central Buildings - corner Katoomba and Gang Gang Streets 1915 Federation Free Style
- The Savoy Theatre complex 8-32 Katoomba Street, 1910 1936 1946, Inter-War Functionalist Style, Art Deco shopfronts
- Tabrett’s Building 34-38 Katoomba Street 1904 Federation Free Style/Anglo-Dutch pediment above parapet
- Shops - 40-44 Katoomba Street 1902 Federation/Anglo-Dutch
- Shops - Aroney’s 46-54 Katoomba Street Federation Free Style 1921 date on parapet
- ANZ Bank 56-64 Katoomba Street 1985
- Shop - Webb’s 66 Katoomba Street 1912 Federation Free Classical
- St Hilda’s Church of England 1914 foundation stone, 1915 opened, Federation Gothic Style, tower is a later date (1960?)
- Commonwealth Bank 68 Katoomba Street 1926 Interwar Free Classical design by the Dept of the Interior
- Shops 81-83 Katoomba Street 1935, Pepperday’s Building
- Shops Woolworth building 87 Katoomba Street 1939 Interwar 1930s Functionalist Style
- Bank 86 Katoomba Street 1956-7 Post war stripped classical style
- Shops Goyder Bros. & Tozzi’s 88-92 Katoomba Street 1920s Interwar Free Classical Style
- Shops 98 Katoomba Street 1940 Interwar Art Deco
- Shops 108-114 Katoomba Street 1910 Federation Free Classical
- Shops 113-117 Katoomba Street Thompson’s Shoes St. George Arnold’s
- Soper Chambers 118 Katoomba Street 1922
- Canberra Flats State Bank 122-126 Katoomba Street 1905+, 1956
- Allawah Flats 123-129b Katoomba Street, Inter-war 1930s, c.1935
- Shop Miss Duff Dressmaker 128 Katoomba Street 1910
- Gloucester Flats 130-134 Katoomba Street, Inter-war 1930s, c.1935
- Shops XOOX 131-133 Katoomba Street Interwar Free Classical
- Shop Ayr Lodge 140 Katoomba Street 1937
- Uniting Church 142 Katoomba Street 1888 1907
- Shops 153-155 Katoomba Street 1905-1910 ‘CWC’ in parapet
In the second half of the 1930s the building was occupied by W Smith bootmaker now Peter Sudich Art Supplies & Framing (155) and Johnson & Sharp bakers (153), The Buttery.
- St. Canice’s Roman Catholic Church, 157 Katoomba Street, foundation stone laid 1903, Federation Gothic
- St. Canice’s Presbytery 1905, Federation Bungalow
- Shops 157-159 Katoomba Street 1910-15, Interwar Free Classical 1920s
Harry Phillips brought a passionate intensity to the presentation and promotion of the Mountains that had never been seen before and would go to any length for a picture often waiting hours for the right conditions. His books were sent to the trenches on the Great War and his photos hung in Parliament House. A sober and religiously minded man of slight, wiry figure and always formally attired, his friends would joke when there was mist about, that, ‘Harry’s happy’. Harry and Isobel were both born in Ballarat into families of 11 children. Note classically derived details of later Interwar first floor addition: panels, plaques, Greek Key band. Gemglow Jewelers (157), Serene’s Café (159), Elephant Bean Café.
- Shops 165-171 Katoomba Street 1910-1915, Federation Free Classical
All images from the Local Studies collection at Springwood Library.