Kandos had a different beginning as a private village. It didn’t grow along the wayside; it was planted. It was envisioned and planned. A group of entrepreneurs recognised that natural deposits of limestone, shale and coal near a railway line could produce a cement industry.
This article appeared in the Mudgee Guardian in May 2013.
The featured image is an early photo of Kandos, taken in the 1920s (NSW State Library).
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