Canvas Town, between Princess Bridge and South Melbourne, 1852  Source: State Library of Victoria

Gold Rush Canvas Town, between Princess Bridge and South Melbourne, 1852 Source: State Library of Victoria

Looking across river to Flinders Street Station, c. 1922. Photographer: Robert Gibson. A beautiful photo. Catalogue record states: Looks north to Flinders Street Station, down Aikman Street, from City Road, South Melbourne. The Alexandra Mansions and the Playhouse Theatre can be seen on the left hand side of the street. Aikman Street is now part of Southgate Avenue. State Library of Victoria Image H42558/6.

Looking across river to Flinders Street Station, c. A beautiful photo. Catalogue record states: Looks north to.

"Clarendon Street: 1890's" City of Port Phillip Heritage Collection.

"Clarendon Street: City of Port Phillip Heritage Collection.

Last entry in our Southbank series. Crown opened in 1997 after being temporarily located at the World Trade Centre since 1994. As you can see, the Sandridge/Port Melbourne train line and surrounding factories and car parks were acquired to transform the area.

Last entry in our Southbank series. Crown opened in 1997 after being temporarily located at the World Trade Centre since As you can see, the Sandridge/Port Melbourne train line and surrounding factories and car parks were acquired to transform the area.

Melbourne's Southbank in 1890.

Princes Court water slide that was demolished to make way for Hamer Hall/ Victorian Arts Centre (early

YMCA at the corner of Sturt and City Roads,South Melbourne,Victoria (year unknown).

YMCA at the corner of Sturt and City Roads,South Melbourne,Victoria (year unknown).

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