Ned Kelly

Collection by Greg Woodhams

Greg Woodhams
Wanted poster for Australia's most famous Bush Ranger - Ned Kelly Australian Bush, Australian Icons, Australian People, Vintage Posters, Vintage Photos, Westerns, Famous Outlaws, Ned Kelly, Old Maps
Australian PeopleVintage PhotosWesternsNed KellyOld Maps

Ned Kelly wanted poster

Australian outlaw Ned Kelly dressed in a homemade suit of metal armor. Kelly has been mythologized as a "Robin Hood" character, a political icon, and a figure of Irish Catholic and working-class resistance to the establishment and British colonial ties.

Families, cops blast Ned Kelly worship

An early image of bushranger Ned Kelly in his armour suit. Picture: NSW Justice & Police Museum.

(facing, clockwise from top left): Ned Kelly on the day before he was hanged 10 November Dan Kelly about Steve Hart Joe Byrne's body being photographed after the siege at Glenrowan 29 June Ned Kelly, Australian People, Australian Bush, Australia Day, Melbourne Australia, Hart Joe, Terra Australis, 29 June, Gangsters
Ned KellyAustralian PeopleHart JoeGangsters

The Kelly Gang - L - R - Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart - below is Joe Byrne

art of Ned Kelly Iron Man Car Drawings, Cartoon Drawings, Animal Drawings, Australian Tattoo, Australian Men, Small Girl Tattoos, Tattoos For Guys, Car Tattoos, Tatoos


One of the charred bodies recovered from the ruins of the Glenrowan Inn – that of either Dan Kelly or Steve Hart. Haunted Hospital, Ned Kelly, Irish Catholic, Irish Roots, Unit Studies, The Old Days, Aussies, Interesting History
Haunted HospitalNed KellyAussiesInteresting History

Ned Kelly: Australian Iron Outlaw | Hero | Legend

One of the charred bodies recovered from the ruins of the Glenrowan Inn – that of either Dan Kelly or Steve Hart.

I had never seen this photo before. I thought at first it was photoshopped! The Kelly Gang certainly prided themselves on being dandies.Little Dan Kelly RIP Australian Bush, Australian People, Grim Reaper Tattoo, Ned Kelly, Antique Pictures, Victoria Australia, Black And White Portraits, Old West, Back In The Day
Australian PeopleNed KellyAntique PicturesVictoria AustraliaOld West

Ned Kelly: Australian Iron Outlaw | Hero | Legend

Dan Kelly photographed in 1877-78, when he was sixteen, shortly before his involvement in the Fitzpatrick incident.

Ned Kelly - Australian bushranger of Irish descent. His legacy is controversial; some consider him to be a murderous villain, while others view him as a folk hero and Australia's equivalent of Robin Hood. Ned Kelly, Historical Women, Historical Pictures, Strange History, History Facts, Kelly's Heroes, Mitochondrial Dna, The Kelly Family, Post Mortem Photography
Ned KellyHistorical WomenStrange HistoryHistory FactsKelly's HeroesMitochondrial Dna

'Head stone' to the Kelly relatives who are buried at Greta cemetery. Maggie, Jim and Dan, (Ned's siblings), Ellen, (his mum), Tom Lloyd, (his cousin) and Steve Hart, (Kelly gang member).

This photograph shows the burnt remains of the Jones's Hotel, the scene of the final confrontation between Ned Kelly and the Victorian Police. A sign still stands: "The Glenrowan Inn, Ann Jones, best accommodation". Ned Kelly, Free Family Tree, Australia Day, Western Australia, Last Stand, Back In The Day, Cool Eyes, Historical Photos, Vintage Images
Ned KellyWestern AustraliaCool EyesVintage Images

Ned Kelly

Ned Kelly - The remains of the Glenrowan Hotel after the Kelly gang's last stand.

Policeman posing in suit of Kelly Gang armour with Ned Kelly’s (the armoured outlaw) rifle and silk cap (June

Aussie Bushranger Ned Kelly in his infamous armour suit. HillbillyCartel@Pinterest

Dan Kelly's and Steve Hart's armour recovered from the hotel at Glenrowan after it was burnt. Oswald Thomas photographer State Library of Victoria. History Images, History Facts, Original Iron Man, Scarborough Beach, Ned Kelly, Homemade Weapons, The Lone Ranger, Australia Day, The Old Days
History ImagesHistory FactsOriginal Iron ManNed KellyHomemade Weapons


Bushrangers provides information and images about the history of Australian bushrangers from 1805 to 1900..

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang. Ned Kelly, Irish Catholic, Aboriginal People, Local History, New World Order, Historical Pictures, Back In The Day, Hero, Australia
Ned KellyAboriginal PeopleNew World OrderAustralia

Ned Kelly: Australian Iron Outlaw | Hero | Legend

Aboriginal Mounted Police, usually described as ‘blacktrackers’, pose at Benalla with, from left, Senior Constable King, Stanhope O’Connor, Superintendent Sadleir and Chief Commissioner Standish. The Aboriginal troopers were the only police pursuers Ned truly feared, referring to them as ‘six little demons’, although in reality only five survived with Corporal Sambo perishing enroute.

Kelly Country - A. Bertram Chandler cover by Ken Kelly.

A History of the South Pacific, Table of Contents

Ned Kelly and his gang fashioned for themselves suits of armor that covered the head and torso, made from iron plowshares. "Kelly Country," a novel about Ned Kelly, showed a picture of his armor on the cover; he looked like a combination of a medieval knight and a gunslinger from the American West. The armor worked so well that when the police brought him down, they did it by shooting him in the arms and legs, which were still unprotected.

Ned and the gang robbed the bank at Jerilderie in Feb This is a picture of the old telegraph office. Ned Kelly, Melbourne, Random Stuff, Old Things, Australia, History, Country, Pictures, Random Things
Ned KellyMelbourneRandom StuffAustraliaCountry

Ned and the gang robbed the bank at Jerilderie in Feb 1879. This is a picture of the old telegraph office.

Armour worn by the Kelly gang. Left to right: Ned Kelly, Joseph Byrne, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart,

Ned Kelly | Bushranger Ned Kelly | Photo Galleries and News Photos | News Pictures and Photos | Herald Sun