Maitland : 1914-1918
Image : University of Newcastle
Galloway commenced his photography business in Weston in 1905 and the following year opened a branch at Kurri Kurri. He established further studios at Cessnock and the Rutherford military camp during 1914-1918.  The Rutherford studio has been described as ‘makeshift’. 
Image: Coalfields Heritage Group
A significant collection of some 465 glass plate negatives by Galloway were discovered beneath a house in Weston in 2010 and the Coalfields Heritage Group have been responsible for restoring and making these available online.  
Image: Australian War Memorial
In 1914 Galloway published a souvenir booklet, ‘Newcastle & District with Maitland & District and South Maitland Coalfields’, which included an advertisement for his business. 
Galloway retired to Newcastle and died there in 1945.
 Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder, obituary, 10 August 1945.
 Maitland Mercury, 19 August 2010.
 Charles Lutch (Lucht) https://coalfieldshistory.org/lutch-timeline.php