If you continue toward Caliaqua in the direction of the water flow and follow the road that goes by the Community College in Caliaqua you get to the Lower Fair Hall Road which goes by another Heritage site.
This appears to have been the site of the works for the Fairhall Estate and the power transmission wheel from the works is being used as a garden ornament in one of the houses built a few years ago. A friend tells me that before those houses were built there was a large overgrown tank on the site that the children were afraid of and used to run past. The wheel was already imbedded in concrete at that time, The area has walled drains and deep gullies which probably contained the runoff from the wheel as well as stormwater runoff.
I'll photograph any sites that I know of, and put extra pictures on the Flicker page at:
(or go to Flickr and search for Karlek).
If you know of any sites please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll try to record them. I'll dig out some old pictures I've taken in the past, and take new ones of sites I didn't look at carefully enough. Heritage sites can include buildings that are still in use, like Churches and Schools and estate Great Houses, if we know something about their history.