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Federal Coffee Palace in Melbourne Australia. Built in 1888 at the height of Melbourne's Boom era and controversially demolished in It has since gained posthumous fame as the building Melburnians most regret having lost. Melbourne Architecture, Australian Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Architecture Old, Historical Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Residential Architecture, Architecture Details, Ancient Buildings

The Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace. Melbourne, Victoria, built in 1888. Demolished in 1973. [building]

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Tasma Terrace - Parliament Place, East Melbourne

Tasma Terrace, at 2 to 12 Parliament Place and 30 to 34 St Andrews Place in East Melbourne, was built by the distinguished British born Australian architect, Charles Webb (1821 – 1898). Once comprising seven three storey buildings, Tasma Terrace was constructed in two stages in the 1870s and 1880s. The first three buildings, which were originally known as “Parliament Place”, were erected in 1878 by William Ireland for George Nipper, a wealthy grain merchant and shipping magnate. George…

Melbourne was surveyed and named on March in honour of the British Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne. Here's a very early Melbourne photo - Bourke Street, looking west from Spring Street, Photographer: Richard Daintree. State Library of Victoria Image Melbourne Suburbs, West Melbourne, Melbourne Street, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Historical Pictures, Tasmania

Bourke Street, Melbourne picture - Early photographs - Land and Streetscapes - Culture Victoria

View of Bourke Street looking west from Spring Street.This image is part of the first photographic s…

"Rostella" - It was demolished in the early to provide a car park for the ABC next door. Australian Continent, Melbourne Victoria, Largest Countries, Australian Homes, Ancient Architecture, Small Island, Tasmania, Historic Homes, Historical Photos

Where “Chloe” once hung  - CBD News

The curious passer-by in Lonsdale St may wonder why an old-fashioned pair of wrought iron gates, slung between two stone pillars, stand in splendid isolation beside the modern office buildings at No. 460.

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White - SkyscraperCity Bycicle Illustration, Bycicle Art Bycicle Illustration, Bycicle Woman Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Photography Essentials, City Photography, Elizabeth Street, Australian Architecture, St Kilda

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...

The Fish Market on Flinders Street West,Melbourne in Victoria.Built in 🌹 Melbourne Suburbs, West Melbourne, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Sydney, Victorian Architecture, Historical Architecture

Your city's lost heritage: Buildings that should...

Below are buildings that used to stand in Melbourne Australia. They were demolished to make way for more "modern" buildings.

The Grand Hotel, now the Windsor Hotel dominates the distance, Princess Theatre in the foreground and the Burke and Wills sculpture, moved from its original position in Collins Street after the installation of the cable trams, is visible on the right. Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Theatre Architecture, Windsor Hotel, Victorian Photos, World Images

Forum topic: Historic photo of the day

Follow the discussion in the City Photos, Videos, Architecture & Urban Planning forum (Melbourne Metropolitan & Regional Victoria discussion) on Urban.