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Friday, July 17, 2009

Shelford Presbyterian Church

This bluestone church built in gothic style at a cost of 1500 Pounds is butressed on both sides and has arch windows and doorway, a weather vane above the front steeple, with a bell in the steeple. It opened its doors for public worship on Thursday, 8 December 1859.

Shelford is a rural area in the Golden Plains Shire and is 106 kms west of Melbourne. The nearest large town is Bannockburn 18 km to the east. The city of Geeloing is a drive of some 42 kms.

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