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This is the ground floor of Cole's Book Arcade in Melbourne as it was in The top flat can be seen in the previous set of pictures. Half of a stereoview by George Rose. The business continued to operate after Cole's death in finally closing in Australia Day, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Art And Illustration, Kitsch, Visit Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Historical Images

Cole's Book Arcade ( ca. 1900)

This is the ground floor of Cole's Book Arcade in Melbourne as it was in 1900. The top flat can be seen in the previous set of pictures. Half of a stereoview by George Rose.

The Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace at 555 Collins St,Melbourne,Victoria (year unknown). Perth Western Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Amazing Pictures, Australian Architecture

Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace

Built between 1888 and 1890, the Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace occupied 555 Collins St until it's demolition in 1973. If you'd like to find out more about this image, or download a hi-reas copy, visit our catalogue: handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/65747

View of Collins Street, West of Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 1960 Photographer: Judith Doig. Visit Melbourne, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane Queensland, Queensland Australia, Elizabeth Street, Port Elizabeth, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Oriental Hotel

The Melbourne Story

In 2006 Museum Victoria embarked upon a community collecting project with past and present Melburnians, who searched their private albums for their favourite photographs of Melbourne. Over 1000 family photographs were collected for 'Melbourne's Biggest Family Album'. Selected photographs are featured in the 'Melbourne Story' exhibition. These wonderful images have opened up many new perspectives ...

Flinders Street Station, Melbourne The 1932 interior of Flinders St Station. The station remains largely the same today. Time In Australia, Melbourne Australia, Melbourne Cbd, Brisbane, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Architecture, Melbourne Suburbs, Australian Painters

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Journey back in time to Melbourne's original meeting spot - under the clocks at Flinders St Station

Brunswick: Formerly Marriage Bros - Sydney Road, West side, near Phoenix St. Pictorial Brunswick: VPRS 1 page 20 Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Sydney, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Images, Brunswick Melbourne, Melbourne Suburbs

Early Brunswick grocery store

Brunswick: Formerly Marriage Bros - Sydney Road, West side, near Phoenix St. Pictorial Brunswick: VPRS 16773/P3/unit 1 page 20

Queen Victoria Buildings - se cnr of Swanston & Collins Sts built demolished 1968 for City Square Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Brisbane, Queen Victoria Market, Victoria Building, Airlie Beach, Vintage Architecture

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Queen Victoria Buildings. cnr Swanston and Collins Streets. MELBOURNE

The west end of Melbourne's Golden Mile is a bit down at heel - but it could be worse. This was architect Peter McIntyre's opinion of the "bad lands" west of William St after a tour of the area. Holden Australia, Melbourne Suburbs, Australia Tourism, Australian Continent, Melbourne Victoria, St Kilda, World Images, Great Hotel, Historical Architecture

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Corner of Bourke and William Streets, Melbourne, Photograph from State Library Victoria / Kelynak family. Australian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Brisbane, Melbourne Suburbs, Williams Street

Corner of Bourke and William Streets, Melbourne, c1915. Photograph from State Library Victoria / Kelynak family.

Corner of Bourke and William Streets, Melbourne, Photograph from State Library Victoria / Kelynak family. Australian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Brisbane, Melbourne Suburbs, Williams Street

Corner of Bourke and William Streets, Melbourne, c1915. Photograph from State Library Victoria / Kelynak family.

Cnr Swanston and Bourke Sts. Foy's Department Store on right, Wittner shoes and Bradman'a Bags on left. Trams and Streetscapes : - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics Melbourne Tram, Melbourne Australia, South Australia, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Art And Illustration, Christmas In Australia, Australian Architecture, Department Store

Beside the Yarra

The corner of Swanston and Bourke is one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, where the mall meets the main drag. And while the main buildings that ring this corner haven't changed for decades, there is one wonderful feature that is missing from the present day location: Foy's Rooftop Fun Park. Foy's was a department store, along the lines of Myer and David Jones. Started in the 1870's as a Collingwood drapery by Mark Foy, the business expanded in the 1880's; The Foy family went into…

New app allows users to see Melbourne's city streets in the Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Old Building, Brick Building, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Tasmania Hobart, Building Photography, History Photos

New app allows users to see Melbourne's city streets in the 1800s

Over 300 photographs have been digitised by the State Library of Victoria for the Street History: Hoddle's Grid app which uses your location to show nearby buildings, street views and aerial photographs from as early as 1840.

The City of Cairns is truly a paradise for vacationer. Its rupturing tourist attractions and tours make it as one of the remarkable locations to check out in the globe. Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Local History, Historical Pictures, Cairns, Old Photos

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IT IS difficult to imagine today, but only a few decades ago a suburban-style motor accessories store stood at one of the Melbourne CBD’s prime locations.

Shell Corner at the N-W corner of Bourke & William Sts in Demolished 1990 for "pocket park" & replaced with CBW building in Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Vintage Architecture, Australian Architecture, St Kilda, Slums, Photo Essay

Stunning photos of everyday life in Melbourne in the 1940s

TWO boys, one with a football tucked under his arm, stare forlornly at a sign: “The playing of games in this park on Sundays is not allowed.”

Memory Lane Monday: the only thing that looks familar is the trams.what the intersection of Collins and Swanston Street looked like in Melbourne Tram, Places In Melbourne, Melbourne Australia, Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Victoria Building, Terra Australis, Largest Countries

Swanston Street, #Melbourne from Collins Street intersection, looking south. 1963. On R is soon to be demolished Damman's Corner. On L, the Queen Victoria Building will soon disappear for start of City Square project. Champion's Queen's Arms Hotel (later State Savings Bank), on corner Flinders Lane will hang on until 1972. The Graham Hotel has recently destroyed all but one remnant bay of the former Town Hall Hotel.