Exhibit B

An inventory of items of some historical significance to the city of Newcastle which didn’t make it into the new Regional Museum, opened in 2011. They pause indefinitely in a crumbling storage facility which was once was a busy factory for BHP workers, shrouded in loose plastic. Traces of those workers are everywhere etched into the peeling walls of the building.

One of the most poignant objects for me (a Novocastrian teenager living in Cooks Hill in 1989) – a model of the Newcastle Workers Club, allegedly made to aid legal investigations following the earthquake of ’89.