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Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including the Yarra River, Western Markets and Metropolitan Markets (which no longer exist).

Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including the Yarra River, Western Markets and Metropolitan Markets (which no longer exist).

Melbourne - Flinders st at the bottom only up to Lonsdale St, 1837

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Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including Bourke Street with Eastern Markets (which no longer exist).

Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including Bourke Street with Eastern Markets (which no longer exist).

Aerial view of Melbourne, 1920s - This 1920s aerial views, shows the network of transport routes into the busy metropolis. Princes bridge, Flinders Street, railway lines and yards as well as the ships at Queens Dock.

Aerial view of Melbourne, - This aerial views, shows the network of transport routes into the busy metropolis. Princes bridge, Flinders Street, railway lines and yards as well as the ships at Queens Dock.

Vintage City Map Melbourne Australia Street Plan 1920s

Vintage City Map Melbourne Australia Street Plan 1920s

'View of Melbourne looking east Taken by Charles Nettleton in 1860, Overhead view of rooftops and backyards with washing on the line, lanes, businesses signed Hibernian Hotel, Toohey & Co. Hay and Corn Store, State Library of Victoria seen in background (before portico and dome), grounds and buildings of the old Melbourne gaol. This was before the Shot Tower was built.'  Lost Melbourne Facebook Page

View of Melbourne looking East photo taken by John Nettleton in 1860 Before the shot tower was built

Melbourne, from the Illustrated Australian News, April 1882. Note Mount Macedon in the distance to the left

Melbourne, from the Illustrated Australian News, April Note Mount Macedon in the distance to the left

At Flinder Street Station,  Melbourne

Flinders Street Railway Station, corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne circa 1915

1852 map (by David MacKenzie)  of NSW and Victoria showing the goldfields

1852 map (by David MacKenzie) of NSW and Victoria showing the goldfields

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