Russell Street looking north toward Police Headquarters 1960s. Melbourne, Australia.

HISTORY: Mid-century Melbourne: Russell Street, looking north toward Police Headquarters,

“Wash the dishes” game. Government school playground, Melbourne, 1954.  Source: Australian Children’s Folklore Collection, Museum Victoria.

1954 “Wash the dishes” Game. Government school playground, Melbourne Australian Children’s Folklore Collection, Museum Victoria, Australia

Paris end of Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 1958 - Mark Strizic

Paris end of Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 1958 - Mark Strizic I worked opposite the town hall.

Queen Street, 1953: Until the late 1960s, trams ran along the entire length of Queen Street and cars could be parked in the main street of Brisbane. Buildings on the left included Christies Café, Tattersall’s Club, Bayards, His Majesty’s Theatre, Wintergarden Theatre (WGT), and T&G Mutual Life Society Building

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Queen Street, 1953: Until the late 1960s, trams ran along the entire length of Queen Street and cars could be parked in the main street of Brisbane. Buildings on the left included Christies Café, Tattersall’s Club, Bayards, His Majesty’s Theatre, Wintergarden Theatre (WGT), and T&G Mutual Life Society Building

Vintage shots from days gone by!  Cavill ave, maybe 1960's

Street scene with Bon and Toms American Food Bars, Gold Coast, Queensland, ca.

A blast from the past - This is a photo Jane Postel took of Kingsford Smith Drive in 1963, Queen Elizabeth's visit to Brisbane.

A blast from the past - This is a photo Jane Postel took of Kingsford Smith Drive in Queen Elizabeth's visit to Brisbane. Royal Yacht 'Britannia'heads for Newstead wharf.

Tram entering Queen Street from the Victoria Bridge, 1960s. New Victoria Bridge under construction. — in Brisbane, Australia.

Drop Centre tram leaving the Victoria Bridge late New Victoria Bridge in the background under construction. It had no tram lines.

Queen in Brisbane | 6 March 1963: Queen Elizabeth II holding the parasol minutes after stepping shore from the Britannia onto Newstead Wharf. The Queen inspected her guard of honour from 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

Queen in Brisbane | 6 March 1963: Queen Elizabeth II holding the parasol minutes after stepping shore from the Britannia onto Newstead Wharf. The Queen inspected her guard of honour from 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

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