A fashionable promenade: nineteenth-century Australian arcades
Market of San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
by Cristian Meneghin
Georges Facade, c. early Melbourne Victoria I loved to shop here (gb) Very iconic Melbourne.
Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
You had to love Melbourne in the - with a water feature to celebrate Burke and Wills and the Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Pool. What a shame. See more of Melbourne in 1984 by clicking on the image
Myers toy department 1920s
Howey Place and Coles Book Arcade Toy Department, Lt.
Hillier's opened its doors in Collins St in Picture: Herald Sun Image Librar
Flinders St platform with Nestle chocolate vending machine.
Melbourne history in colour - Old Melbourne City Square- featuring The Yellow Peril
love the thought of connecting two buildings with this.
Black and white photograph of a Kodak shop interior, circa This is likely the Kodak Limited store in the Block Arcade, Collins Street, Melbourne.
Interior of New Markets Flinders St Melbourne | by State Library Victoria Collections
by State Library Victoria Collections
Royal Arcade - Melbourne Australia - this is a photo if the arcade around the - notice the change in detail to today! ( especially above the main window shop fronts )
Pedestrians in Collins Street, Melbourne late century.
Historic Interior Photo of The Arcade Courtesy of Cleveland Public Library
View of the second floor centre void of the QVB in 1898 and in - City of Sydney - Allan Hawley. By Allan Hawley]