The building at the rear of the photo and on the right is George Holyoak's blacksmith business and also freight business, using the Wofalin Track to transport men and machinery to the Parker's Range goldfield.
This is the reason why we believe the Wofalin Track commenced in this area. Prospectors would have arrived by train, lodged at the Wayside House and then travelled to Parker's Range either with Holyoak or by foot.
The building, slightly obscured, behind the Railway Station and on the far left, we believe was a grocery and ironmonger store owned by a man named Smith. We have not been able to establish much more than that!
Pingely Museum and Historical Group