From Argyllshire to New South Wales 1776-2004
First published 1997 Second edition 2004
ISBN 0 9578 150 26
Scottish immigrants John and Ann McCallum arrived in NSW as the railway industry was in its infancy. Although John worked in that industry in Glasgow, he established a successful coach building business in Mittagong by the time the Southern Railway reached that fledgling town, providing it with an economic stimulus. Prosperity followed but in time his sons were to find that technology made their trade redundant. New directions were taken by different branches of the family with varying degrees of opportunity and fulfilment.