Depression era glassware

Uranium glass

Depression era glassware was translucent and coloured, and made between 1929 and 1939. The colours ranged from yellow to green, and pink to purple. The green colour comes from the addition of uranium during the melting process.

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The Corner Shop Museum Inc.

A friendly town and friendly museum volunteers. The Corner Shop Museum houses a collection of items coordinated by the Tambellup HIstorical Society.

The Corner Shop Museum, was once located in a corner shop but moved to accommodate a business. It is now located in the old Station Master’s house. The collection includes local history books with...


58 Norrish Street
Old Station Master's House
Tambellup WA 6320

Open Hours

Open by appointment. Enquire during office hours at the Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup, 46-48 Norrish St or ring (08) 9825 3555.

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