Excelsior Hotel, Darlinghurst, 1883 Did 'old' buildings ever look new??

Excelsior Hotel, Great Barcom and West Sts, Darlinghurst 1883 x NationalLibraryAustralia.

The Dancing Man - Famous image of Sydney celebrations at the announcement of the end of WW2.

In Sydney, Australia, a cameraman filmed a man celebrating Japan's surrender. The clip and its stills have taken on iconic status in Australian history and culture, and symbolize victory in the war.

Sydney’s (Australia) ‘Mr Eternity’ Arthur Stace, would write 'Eternity' all over the place.

Sydney’s (Australia) ‘Mr Eternity’ Arthur Stace, would write 'Eternity' all over the place. A remember his Eternity well - always so beautifully written

Four women pedestrians enjoying a day out, George Street, Sydney, 1890. The GPO is behind them.

[Pedestrians on George St], ca. from Frederick Danvers Power : photonegatives, / Frederick Danvers Power

Hyde Park and St Marys Cathedral Google Image Result for http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4e/Sydney_Hyde_Park_and_St_Marys.jpg

Hyde Park and St Marys Cathedral Google Image Result for http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4e/Sydney_Hyde_Park_and_St_Marys.jpg

Martin Place,Sydney in 1901 during the Federation Celebrations.Photo by Getty Commons Collection.A♥W

Martin Place,Sydney in 1901 during the Federation Celebrations.Photo by Getty Commons Collection.

The Spit Bridge,Manly,Northern Beaches of Sydney in 1932.A♥W

The Spit Bridge,Manly,Northern Beaches of Sydney in

The Pier on Sydney Harbour at Watsons Bay, Sydney (Photo undated). v@e.

The Pier on Sydney Harbour at Watsons Bay, Sydney (Photo undated).

Centenary Celebrations Parade held on High Street., Penrith, NSW 18th July 1914. v@e

Centenary Celebrations Parade held on High Street., Penrith, NSW July v

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