Vintage Melbourne Australia.  Edwardian postcard showing cnr Swanston and Collins Sts. featuring the Town Hall.

HISTORY: Edwardian postcard showing the corner of Swanston and Collins Streets, featuring the Melbourne Town Hall

Luna Park,St Kilda,Victoria in the 1920s.A♥W

Luna Park, Melbourne, Australia My Uncle delighted in taking me to visit Luna Park.

Generation X Kids: 'Fags' before they were 'Fads'.     http://www.thekidsareallright.com.au - #Australian website and forum for #parenting #teenagers.

Remember "Fags" the iconic Aussie sweet? Yes, packets of lollies designed to look like cigarettes. They were created in 1943 & changed name to "Fads" in 1987 (for obvious reasons).

Flinders Street

Flinders Street Melbourne, looking east, Source: Pictures Collection, State Library of Victoria,

Bourke Street Melbourne, Australia - looking west  from Swanston Street, showing  south side of the street c.1880 albumen silver photograph La Trobe Picture Collection -  State Library of Victoria

Bourke Street Melbourne, Australia - looking west from Swanston Street, showing south side of the street albumen silver photograph La Trobe Picture Collection - State Library of Victoria

Historic Photo of the Day - Collins Street, Melbourne ~ 1888, looking west from Spring Street.Grosvenor Chambers at 9 Collins Street was Australia's first custom built complex of artist's studios, still under construction in the photo below.  Love the twin domed towers of the old Masonic Temple on the left as well, demolished to make way for Collins Place.

Collins Street, ~ looking west from Spring Street. Grosvenor Chambers at 9 Collins Street was Australia's first custom built complex of artist's studios, still under construction in the photo

Vintage Melbourne, Australia.  Swanston Street, looking down St. Kilda Rd,  Probably mid-20th century.  Flinders St. Railway station on right with Princes Bridge Railway station on the left.  (now site of Federation Square).   And no Art Centre. Shrine of Remembrance centre background.

HISTORY: Mid-Century view looking down St Kilda Road towards the Shrine of Remembrance, with Flinders Street Railway Station on the right and Princes Bridge Railway Station on the left (now the site of Federation Square).

Collins Street, Melbourne, looking easterly towards Elizabeth Street circa 1910. Photograph from State Library Victoria.

Collins Street, Melbourne, looking east towards Elizabeth Street circa Collection State Library Victoria.

The Queen Victoria Building, ca. 1905

Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history Queen Victoria Building, Sydney

Victoria, Australia 1960s: April 1960: Footscray footballer Ted Whitten taking a mark against North Melbourne at the ...

Melbourne April Footscray football legend Ted Whitten taking a mark against North Melbourne!

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