Palais Theatre, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia [OC] [853 x 1280]

Palais Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne - I saw the Pointer Sisters here.

Forum Theater, Melbourne Australia Forum Theatre

I love this Gothic building. I went to see the last Divinyls concert here. It will forever hold treasured memories.

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

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

Degraves Street subway beyond the Flinders Street station turnstiles around about 1960. The walls under the station platforms have the original 1901 cream coloured tiles, and the ceiling is corrugated tin

Degraves Street subway beyond the Flinders Street station turnstiles around about The walls under the station platforms have the original 1901 cream coloured tiles, and the ceiling is corrugated tin

Flinders Street Railway tracks with Yarra River in the background,Melbourne in 1932.A♥W

Flinders Street railway tracks and Yarra River in the background,Melbourne,Victoria in Fairfax Archives.

The first Princess bridge..Melbourne

The second Princes Bridge, opened in span made of bluestone and granite and was at the time,one of the longest,flattest stone arch bridges in the world.

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White - Page 2 - SkyscraperCity

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

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.

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