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67 Edmund "Via Condios"

post WW2 house lost, example, 1950s
photos Roger Todd 1992 Shelly Beach

Oct 2014 - Neville Underwood visited the Signal Station.  As a teenager he helped his dad Edward (Ted) build this place in 1953.  It was originally a beach house but Ted moved in permanently in 1958, and he lived there till he died in 1996.  The verandah was built in in the 1960s.  Ted was a chair maker by trade and built the console in the Signal Station.  The place was called Via Condios from the song of the same name - it meant may God be with you.