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…
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…
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
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...
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.
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.