An oral history and other stories from the Tamworth Powerstation Museum.
Written and compiled by Sally Inchbold- Busby.
This publication is an outcome of the research project undertaken by Sally Inchbold-Busby as the 2011 Powerhouse Museum Moveable Heritage Fellowship recipient.
Cover image: Sid Cross changing the light globes, Tamworth, 1933.
City of Light
A History of the Tamworth Electricity Undertaking and Peel-Cunningham County Council.
Ian R. Lobsey, 1988.
Monographs by R.W. Greer:
Ronald William Greer ASTC., FIEAust. CPEng, was the Chief Electrical Engineer to the Peel-Cunningham County Council at Tamworth, NSW. In retirement, he is a volunteer on the staff of the Tamworth Powerstation Museum. He was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2015.
- The Story of Light
- From the Steam Plough Works to Tamworth
- The Incredible Crompton
- The Electric Telegraph
- The Mighty Incandescent Light Bulb
- Vincent Guy Kable 1891-1947: A Biography
- Michael Faraday, FRS, Grand Master of Experiment
- Tamworth Powerstation Museum It’s History