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St Mary Star of the Sea
Vertical panorama showing some of the recently renovated interior of St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic parish church, considered to be one of the most beautiful churches in Australia
Railway Pier c1861, Photograph by Nettleton
With the discovery of gold in the 1850s, Victoria’s population exploded. Thousands of hopefuls came pouring into Melbourne. The previous system of ferrying people and luggage upriver from ships anchored in Hobsons Bay, or dropping them on the beach to travel overland to Melbourne, was now completely inadequate. The Melbourne and Hobsons Bay Railway Company conceived of a plan to link Melbourne to the bay with a rail line and a deep-water pier in Hobsons Bay. Due to its proximity to…
These are the oldest recorded photos of Melbourne
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Wide lapels, big hair and 1970s Melbourne
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Flinders Lane #Melbourne c.1972
Flinders Lane #Melbourne, north side, looking east towards Swanston c.1972 with Liecester House, built 1888 (architect T J Crouch) and to its R is the Australian (APA) Building, once Melbourne's tallest, demolished 1980 for awful low rise offices.
Vintage Melbourne in Black & White
Historic Swanston Street in glorious black & white, from southern end to northern end. The early years. Part 1 King Edward VII Arch, one of many...