Erected in 1936. Audrey the Skipping Girl in 1968 Then

Skipping Girl Vinegar - original little Audrey sign and related advertising with company name Nycander & Co who also traded as the Vinegar Company of Australia as embossed on the bottles.

July 1947: The mean streets of Richmond have come a long way, but parts still remain recognisable today.

This is what I imagine Charlies street to look like.

Richmond c.1870's

Church St,Richmond in Victoria in

Swan Street rail crossing 1874, Richmond.

Swan Street rail crossing in Richmond.

Melbourne 1955

A view of Bridge Road, Richmond, looking west from Burnley Street, circa History, Victoria Australia

Victoria St, Richmond, West Side Bridge , 1920s Melbourne Australia

Victoria St, Richmond, West Side Bridge , 1920s Melbourne Australia

Bridge Rd,Richmond in Victoria in the 1870s.

Bridge Rd,Richmond in Victoria at the corner of Church St,looking east in the 🌹

First trip of a cable tram on the Richmond route, 11 November 1885. Melbourne

Melbourne's first cable tram service; between Bridge Road, Richmond, and Spencer Street via Flinders Street, 11 November 1885

Audrey the Skipping Girl in 1968.

A photo image gallery on Little Audrey returns. Little Audrey - the Skipping Girl - will be back in place in Victoria Street, Abbotsford, next month, after an overhaul.

Ferry paddling up the Yarra in Burnley.

Historic photo of the day

Mark Strizic Swan Street Richmond 1963 (at Church Street. Melbourne, Australia)

Swan Street, Richmond at Church Street 1 gelatin silver print, x cm. Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection donated by the Bowness Family through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

Richmond house in 1947

Richmond house in 1947

Burnley Station in Melbourne,Victoria circa post 1910.

Burnley Station in Melbourne,Victoria circa post

The Bryant and May Match Factory in Richmond. In 1910, the factory employed many teenage girls from working-class areas of the city.

The Bryant and May Match Factory in Richmond, Melbourne. Poesy Swift knew many girls who had wound up working in the factory. In the factory employed many teenage girls from working-class areas of the city.

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