'Civilization in the bush' ca. 1800's. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria. v@e.

'Civilization in the bush' ca. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria.

Bourke Street Melbourne, looking west from Swanston Street, showing south side of the street c1880

Charles Nettleton Bourke Street Melbourne Charles Nettleton born England arrived Australia died 1902 Bourke Street Melbourne, looking west from Swanston Street, showing south side of the street albumen silver photograph

Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour 1900's

Photograph of Circular Quay (Sydney Harbour) in the early Wallpaper and background photos of Circular Quay for fans of Australia images.

Banjo Patterson (1864 - 1941) - Australian Poet and author of 'The Man From Snowy River'

Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson - OBE was an Australian bush poet, journalist and author. Born in "Narrambla", near Orange, New South Wales, Australia. Author of the poem 'The Man From Snowy River'

Tram to Central Station at Circular Quay, Sydney c1898

Tram to Central Station,Sydney at Circular Quay

Kew Post Office, corner High Street and Cotham Road, c. 1890. Preserved today as QPO Bar and Restaurant

Kew Post Office, corner High Street and Cotham Road, c. Preserved today as QPO Bar and Restaurant. I used to live at almost this vantage point, about a shop in a little over 100 years later

1910's Swanston St looking North

Looking along Swanston Street, Melbourne, Photograph from Harold Paynting Collection, State Library Victoria / Lyle Fowler.

This 1870s view has us looking towards the Princes Bridge and the intersection of Flinders and Swanston streets. The Prince's Bridge Hotel (Young & Jackson) is still easily recognizable today. On the opposite corner on the south side is the Fish Market building, and the Melbourne Morgue (today's Federation Square). The morgue was located here between 1871 and 1883.

This 1870s view has us looking towards the Princes Bridge and the intersection of Flinders and Swanston streets. The Prince's Bridge Hotel (Young & Jackson) is still easily recognizable today. On the opposite corner on the south side is the Fish Market building, and the Melbourne Morgue (today's Federation Square). The morgue was located here between 1871 and 1883.


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