Milk Bar Central Railway Station Sydney 9/04/1946

Before McDonalds there was the Milk Bar! (Source: State Records NSW & National Gallery of Australia)

How wonderful! Kings Cross Sydney 1970

A Bustling William Street (Source: National Archives of Australia)

The country trains arrrival indicator at Central Railway Station, Sydney

The country trains arrivals indicator board at Central Railway Station,the Country Terminals in the

North Sydney skyline at its infant stage 1972   Note: the people having their lunch on the grass facing a hwy!

North Sydney skyline at its infant stage 1972 Note: the people having their lunch on the grass facing a hwy!

AMP Building, Sydney c1962

AMP Building, Sydney c1962

Proud's Ltd at the corner of Pitt and King Streets,Sydney in 1932.

Proud's Ltd at the corner of Pitt and King Streets,Sydney in 1932.

Red Baron Regulars, Kings Cross 1970-71 | Rennie Ellis Photographic Archive

Reynolds Mark "Rennie" Ellis was a social and social-documentary photographer who also worked as an advertising copywriter, seam.

Vintage Westfield Miranda

New-look Westfield Miranda centre to shine

Castlereagh Street, Sydney, 1970. Les Girls ad on garbage bin near Martin Place

Castlereagh Street, Sydney, Les Girls ad on garbage bin near Martin Place

Sievers, Wolfgang, 1913-2007. Miranda shopping centre, Sydney, architects: Tomkins, Shaw & Evans (5) [picture]

Sievers, Wolfgang, 1913-2007. Miranda shopping centre, Sydney, architects: Tomkins, Shaw & Evans (5) [picture]

Sydney - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://travelnerdnici.com

Sydney Tower (currently Westfield/Centerpoint) under construction. Interesting picture, unsure how they managed it as its considerably higher than this now (did they jack it up?

1985, oh I do remember so well.

At The Fish Market Michael Powell 2015

I remember going to the top of the AMP building in the 60's.It was then the tallest building in Sydney .It is now dwarfed by other buildings.

I remember going to the top of the AMP building in the was then the tallest building in Sydney .It is now dwarfed by other buildings.

Sievers, Wolfgang, 1913-2007. Miranda shopping centre, Sydney, architects: Tomkins, Shaw & Evans (13) [picture]

One Christmas a Helicopter carrying Santa landed out the front in the carpark.

Penfold's Wines window display, Sydney, 1930's

Penfold's Wines window display, Sydney, 1930's

Spit Road at Spit Junction early 1960s.

Spit Road at Spit Junction early 1960s.

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