Alan Hall

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old australian golden fleece service station circa 1950s

Auburn Sydney, Golden Fleece Service Station in the colourised photo with diecast cars in a diorama.

26th of November 1919, Melbourne Australia.

Old Melbourne colourised. High Street, Thornbury, from a Rose series postcard in SLV collections,

King of baccarat: Sidney Patrick Kelly, pictured following one of his many arrests at Central Police Station on June 25, 1924, in a black and white photograph colourised by US artists Dana Keller, was a notorious Australian gangster who ran with the infamous 'razor gangs' in Melbourne, moving to Sydney where he became staggeringly wealthy on illegal gambling dens and was found dead at 48 in his palatial Sydney mansion

Sidney Kelly June 1924 Sidney Kelly was arrested many times during the and He was charged with numerous offences including shooting, and assault, and in the was a pioneer of illegal baccarat gaming in Sydney.

Twelve nurses from Victoria pose beside the hospital ship A61 HMAT 'Kanowna' at Port Melbourne, Melbourne. 6 July 1916. (Source: Australian War Memorial - PB0482 - Photographer, Josiah Barnes) (Colorised by Jean-Marie Gillet from France)

Twelve nurses from Victoria pose beside the hospital ship HMAT 'Kanowna' at Port Melbourne, Melbourne. 6 July (Source: Australian War Memorial - - Photographer, Josiah Barnes) (Colorised by Jean-Marie Gillet from France)

Beautiful Melbourne morning taken near Spencer St bridge. #YarraRiver #Melbourne #Sunrise #SpencerStreet

Beautiful Melbourne morning taken near Spencer St bridge. #YarraRiver #Melbourne #Sunrise #SpencerStreet

This historic image is of the Fish Market Buildings (c.1890) that once spanned Flinders Street, between Spencer and King Streets.  The view is from the corner of Spencer and Flinders Street. It was demolished in 1959 for the King Street bridge construction, and the site is currently occupied by the North Bank Palace apartments.     Colourised by Alan T. Hall  Original Image: State Library of Victoria (Accession No: H11709).  #MelbourneHistory #MelbourneCBD #OldPhotos #BeautifulBuildings

This historic image is of the Fish Market Buildings (c.1890) that once spanned Flinders Street, between Spencer and King Streets. The view is from the corner of Spencer and Flinders Street. It was demolished in 1959 for the King Street bridge construction, and the site is currently occupied by the North Bank Palace apartments. Colourised by Alan T. Hall Original Image: State Library of Victoria (Accession No: H11709). #MelbourneHistory #MelbourneCBD #OldPhotos #BeautifulBuildings

Geocaching is as much about the hide as it is the natural beauty that it leads you to.

Geocaching is as much about the hide as it is the natural beauty that it leads you to.

Not an ordinary bolt, but a cache.

Not an ordinary bolt, but a cache.

It's all a bucket load of fun when Geocaching.

It's all a bucket load of fun when Geocaching.

With less than 1% of the global population aware of geocaching, there are plenty of Muggles to contend with for the avid geocacher.

With less than of the global population aware of geocaching, there are plenty of Muggles to contend with for the avid geocacher.

The ingenuity of caches continues to amaze me.

The ingenuity of caches continues to amaze me.