The original punt on the Yarra that gave Punt Road its name. Looking southeast to South Yarra, the rise of the road is unmistakable.

Melbourne & the Yarra RiverTwickenham Ferry, Twickenham Crescent, Burnley, close to where the Mac Robertson Bridge is now. Notice the cable across the river to grab and pull boats

Albumen print photograph of St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, under construction during the 1870s. Charles Nettleton is likely to have been the photographer

Albumen print photograph of St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, under construction during the Charles Nettleton is likely to have been the photographer

1903: Crowds of shoppers throng Smith Street, Collingwood in the area near Foy and Gibson's. Further down the street are Treadway's drapers, the post office, T. E. Jones bootshop and The Hall. Trams go in both directions, elegantly dressed women hurry back and forth across the road and the kerbs are lined with horses and carriages. The huge Foy and Gibson shop has an elaborate facade built over its verandah and dominates the streetscape.

1903 Christmas and New Year shopping in Smith Street Fitzroy/Collingwood…

Federation 1901:  Roses Stereoscopic Views  Duke of York Celebrations, Melbourne 1901 The Citizens Arch, Bourke Street Melbourne Victoria

Federation Roses Stereoscopic Views Duke of York Celebrations, Melbourne 1901 The Citizens Arch, Bourke Street Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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

How to Save the Most on Cheap Beach Vacations. Envision waking up one morning to a gorgeous daybreak on the horizon, its rays bouncing off the crystal clear water of the ocean, seawater permeating the a

Bourke Street in Melbourne, Australia (c. 1858)

Bourke Street, Melbourne picture - Early photographs - Land and Streetscapes - Culture Victoria

Beside the Yarra: Melbourne's Wonderful Demolished Buildings (and the Junk That Replaced Them)

Melbourne's Metropolitan (Corporation) Markets which was demolished in In the novel, Sam and Flea chase Curly through these markets at night.

'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

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