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Hornsby Historical Note:
Hornsby is located 25 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district. It is located on the Upper North Shore and is the administrative centre for the local government area of Hornsby Shire.
Samuel Henry Horne a convict turned constable was granted land in this area following the part he played in the apprehension of bushrangers MacNamara and Dalton in 1830. He named his property Hornsby Place.
On the 17th of September 1886 a railway station named Hornsby Junction was opened to the north of the township of Hornsby that had developed on the site of Horne’s land grant. The line formed the junction of the Northern line and the North Shore line which was still under construction. Hornsby station was one stop further down the line, so to avoid confusion, passengers’ getting off at the incorrect station, Hornsby Junction was renamed Normanhurst on November 17 1898.
The Hornsby Shire Council was established in 1906