Dr. Julius Sumner Miller in a Cadbury's ad.(Remember his catch cry & tv show for kids was "Why is it so?"). I'm glad that he wasn't my science teacher! hahaha

Julius Sumner Miller in a Cadbury's ad.(Remember his catch cry & tv show for kids was "Why is it so? I'm glad that he wasn't my science teacher!

Victorian Railways trams at St Kilda

Victorian Railways trams at St Kilda, today lives on at Melbourne Museum

And finally, you can’t help but feel a little nostalgic from time to time. | 23 Ways You're Definitely Basil Fawlty From “Fawlty Towers”

23 Ways You're Definitely Basil Fawlty From “Fawlty Towers”

1930s Australia: the art deco designs ushering in a brave new world – in pictures

1930s Australia: the art deco designs ushering in a brave new world – in pictures

Seventh city of the Empire - Melbourne, Victoria [picture] / Percy Trompf., State Library of Victoria

M&MTB No 380 in Miller Street, Preston, January 1967. Now at the Melbourne Tram Museum @ Hawthorn Depot. Read its story at http://www.hawthorntramdepot.org.au/trams/mmtb380.htm. Photograph courtesy Mal Rowe.

M&MTB No 380 in Miller Street, Preston, January Now at the Melbourne Tram Museum @ Hawthorn Depot.

Punching the Bundy clock, circa 1943. This was normally the job of the driver rather than the conductress as shown here. Photograph courtesy State Library Victoria.

Punching the Bundy clock, circa This was normally the job of the driver rather than the conductress as shown here.

Melbourne tram - used to ride this one to school many moons ago :)

Melbourne tram - I love these old style ones :-)

1955. A special squad of police will be on duty to control the crowd expected at the opening of GJ Coles and Co Ltd's new store on the old Mantons site in Bourke st. Glass doors will be temporarily removed and wooden protective barriers erected. The store covers an acre between Bourke and Little Bourke sts on the site of the historic Theatre Royal. Coles paid £1½ million for the property and more than £150,000 has been spent on refitting..

1955. A special squad of police will be on duty to control the crowd expected at the opening of GJ Coles and Co Ltd's new store on the old Mantons site in Bourke st. Glass doors will be temporarily removed and wooden protective barriers erected. The store covers an acre between Bourke and Little Bourke sts on the site of the historic Theatre Royal. Coles paid £1½ million for the property and more than £150,000 has been spent on refitting..

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