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...
Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace
Built between 1888 and 1890, the Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace occupied 555 Collins St until it's demolition in 1973. If you'd like to find out more about this image, or download a hi-reas copy, visit our catalogue: handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/65747
Flinders Street Station, Elizabeth Street entrance - Flinders Street Station - Culture Victoria
The large clock tower was a distinctive feature of the old railway station.
Werribee Park Mansion
Werribee Park Mansion built in 1874 is still the largest private residence in Victoria. The beautiful Italianate styled mansion is surrounded by more than 10 hectares of picturesque gardens.
Swanston St, Melbourne, looking S from around Lonsdale towards Lt Bourke, c.1869
Swanston St #Melbourne, looking S from around Lonsdale towards Lt Bourke, c.1869
Hoyts Circle Theatre, Essendon
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The incredible Cole's Book Arcade
299 Bourke Street (second store and current street number) opened in 1883 Collins Street extension in 1906 Closed in 1929
This photograph shows a horse and coach belonging to G. H. Tibb Bakery, Ascot Vale. Coach was built by Alf. A. Mitchell, Flemington Road, North Melbourne. Coach is outside stables, with two men seated inside. Written on the side of the coach is G.H. Tibb, Crescent Bakery, Ascot Vale,