Swanston Street Melbourne, Australia in the 1940s.

The western side of Swanston Street between Bourke and Collins Streets taken in the

The Manchester Unity Building (on the north-west corner of the intersection of Collins Street and Swanston Street) is a neo-Gothic skyscraper constructed in 1932

Manchester Unity building, Melbourne Victoria I worked on the floor of this beautiful building the windows opened

Repairing skylights on Melbourne Library - looking south

Repairing skylights on Melbourne Library - looking south

Capitol Theatre. Walter Burley Griffin

The original Capitol Theatre designed Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, had capacity for 2137 people.

daguerreotype of Swanston Street #melbourne #heritage 1854 from the corner of Collins Street from the first Town Hall building looking towards Flinders Street and original stone-arch Prince's Bridge.

daguerreotype of Swanston Street 1854 from the corner of Collins Street from the first Town Hall building looking towards Flinders Street and original stone-arch Prince's Bridge.

Swanston St,Melbourne,Victoria looking south in 1920.

Swanston St,Melbourne,Victoria looking south in

Part of Swanston Street’s City Square below, facing Melbourne Town Hall in 1967 Melbourne history in colour - - SkyscraperCity

City Square : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

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