The Skipping Girl neon sign, photographed in 1968. "Little Audrey", Abbotsford, Melbourne, Australia. Via The Age. Erected in 1937, the locally iconic advertising sign for Skipping Girl Vinegar, achieved official state heritage registration in 2007.

Skipping Girl Vinegar - original little Audrey sign and related advertising with company name Nycander & Co who also traded as the Vinegar Company of Australia as embossed on the bottles.

Melbourne's great eyesore, demolishing the 1960s Gas and Fuel Corporation buildings which obstructed a vista of heritage buildings along Flinders Street including St Paul's Cathedral to make way for Federation Square.

Gas & Fuel Corporation building, seen from above Young & Jackson's Hotel, Flinders Street, Melbourne - St Paul's Cathedral - Culture Victoria

Melbourne in 1954: Made in Australia Week was launched when RAAF pilots flew these seven Australian-made planes over Elizabeth Street in the city.

Melbourne in Made in Australia Week was launched when RAAF pilots flew these seven Australian-made planes over Elizabeth Street in the city.

My favorite Angus O'Callaghan shot. Princess Bridge early evening 1969.

Swanston Street from Princes Bridge Angus O'Callaghan

Aerial view of St Kilda Road and Flinders Street Station, Melbourne 1956 - 1962…

Aerial view of St Kilda Road and Flinders Street Station, Melbourne 1956 - 1962 Photographer: Raymond Morris

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