Kings Cross, Sydney, early 1960's. Great shot. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Was there in the 60's

view of William Street.

Railway Square 1956.Sydney.. Australia by rangertocpt, via Flickr

Railway Square on George Street., Sydney in Photo shared by Lindsay Bridge.

Central Square in Sydney, Australia, before building of railway with Benevolent Hospital in background. v@e.

Central Square in Sydney, Australia, before building of railway with Benevolent Hospital in background.

Sydney in the 1850s

Hatton, shows the harbour, with some of the ships that plied the trans-Tasman route.

George Street, Sydney by State Records NSW, via Flickr

George Street, Sydney by State Records NSW,

Doyles on the beach at Watsons Bay. NSW. Opened first seafood restaurant in 1885. Still trading for over five generations on this spot. PS History NSW

Doyles at Watsons Bay. Opened it's first seafood restaurant in 1885 on the waters edge. Still trading for over five generations on this spot.

Shopping at Seven Hills in western Sydney in the 1900. Photo shared by Elders Real Estate. v@e

Beaufoy Merlin Short Street, Hill End 1872 Wet plate glass negative, on 18504 . Hill End in 1872 was a gold town at its peak. According to the Empire 7 June “The streets were thronged by a motley crowd.

Elizabeth St,Sydney in 1911.

Elizabeth St,Sydney in

Liverpool Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1920s

Liverpool Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1920s

Liverpool Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Photographic Print

Anzac Pde at Moore Park in the eastern suburbs of Sydney in 1875.

Looking south along Botany Rd (now Anzac Parade) Moore Park in eastern Sydney in the 🌹

Holsworthy internment camp, NSW. Many of the more than 100,000 Germans living in Australia during the outbreak of World War I were jailed without trial in three main centres in NSW: Berrima in the Southern Highlands, Trial Bay on the North Coast and Holsworthy, in Liverpool in Sydney's west.

In photos: German internment camps in Australia during WWI

Many of the Germans living in Australia during WWI were detained in three main camps, with Holsworthy the largest and longest running.

Soup kitchen queue in Sydney during the Depression

Soup kitchen queue in Sydney during the Depression

The Sydney Town Hall is a landmark built in the 1880s from local Sydney sandstone in the grand Victorian Second Empire style. Before the opening of the Sydney Opera House and its Concert Hall, the Town Hall was Sydney's premier concert hall, and many notable performances took place there.

The Sydney Town Hall is a landmark built in the 1880s from local Sydney sandstone in the grand Victorian Second Empire style. Before the opening of the Sydney Opera House and its Concert Hall, the Town Hall was Sydney's premier concert hall, and many notable performances took place there.

Argyle Street, Millers Point, Sydney, (Photo undated) v@e

Argyle Street, Millers Point, Sydney, (Photo undated) v

The Old Liverpool Men's Asylum - Sydney - a little early history of the building which now houses Liverpool TAFE -

Before we had aged care centres and retirement villages, before there were meals on wheels and pensioner concessions, if you were old and couldn't take care of your self, you would end up in an asylum for the aged, infirm and destitute.

The palatial Nock & Kirby’s George Street store 1945, opened in 1918 complete with a dining hall and roof-garden. Photo: State Library of New South Wales

The palatial Nock & Kirby’s George Street store 1945, opened in 1918 complete with a dining hall and roof-garden. Photo: State Library of New South Wales

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