SO YOU think you know your Griffith history?
Well, this is the chance to prove it.
Griffith’s Pioneer Park Museum is searching for any residents who might be able to shed some light on an old fruit and vegetable stall.
Curator Shirley Norris is calling for assistance from the general public.
“I want to know who ran the stall or who owned it,” she said.
“I know that it was known as The Tie-Up and apparently it had a water trough attached to it.
“It’s been up in the back paddock for years and it’s only recently been fixed up to put on display.
“I don’t even know how it got to be here at the museum.”
Ms Norris said she hoped there was someone who had information so they could have a story printed up for visitors to read.
“Nobody seems to know much about it,” she said.
“Fruit and vegetables seem to have been sold there. It is pine clad and I’m not sure, but it could have been built in the 1930s to 1950s.
“I was told that it used to be located behind the Gemini years ago.
“It’s a mystery and we’d like anyone with details to let us know anything they can.”
The old kiosk-style structure has been placed next to the old The Area News building at the museum.
If you have any information you can contact the curator on 6962 4196.