History - All Print Press

History

The Express Building was established in 1866. It is most famous for printing The Bacchus Marsh Express Newspaper. George Lane, a book binder was the founder of The Express and Christopher Crisp was the editor of The Express. The first issues of the newspaper was published on 7th July 1866. The Express ceased publication in Bacchus Marsh in 1983, when purchased by Fairfax. The building still retains the majority of its original printing equipment and has an almost complete set of the editions of the newspaper. This makes the building a unique record of the development of a country newspaper from the middle of the 19th century through to the present day. History - All Press Printing

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