Louvre Palace, Paris France

ARCHITECTURE – another great example of beautiful design. The Louvre Palace, Paris, France

The Hôtel de Ville in Paris

Hotel de Ville de Paris, France Amazing that city hall can be this beautiful!

William K Vanderbilt's "Petit Chateau," 1893-1926, Richard Morris Hunt, 660 Fifth Avenue at NW Corner of 52nd St.

Cornelius-Vanderbilt-II-House-Fifth-Avenue-NYC (The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion on Street and Avenue, now demolished)

George St, looking south from The Rocks. c.1910, City Archives.

George St, looking south from The Rocks, 1910

Street photography, Sydney, Australia 1885-1890

‘These photographs are very rare and unique because they represent the missing link between the old style tripod photography and Kodak box photography.

St Patricks Seminary in Manly in 1900.The building was built in 1885 and was originally the principal training facility for priests in Australia.It is now The International College of Management.A♥W

St Patricks Seminary in Manly in building was built in 1885 and was originally the principal training facility for priests in Australia.It is now The International College of Management.

Dawes Point Battery. Built in 1789, demolished in 1925 to make way for the Harbour Bridge. One of the greatest concerns was the safety of the colony of NSW was water supply, the other was military security. Governor Phillip established a fort on Dawes Point and redeployed 12 cannons from the ship Sirius to arm the fort which looked over the colony and the harbour. Photo source: Daily Telegraph

Dawes Point Battery. Built in 1789, demolished in 1925 to make way for the Harbour Bridge. One of the greatest concerns was the safety of the colony of NSW was water supply, the other was military security. Governor Phillip established a fort on Dawes Point and redeployed 12 cannons from the ship Sirius to arm the fort which looked over the colony and the harbour. Photo source: Daily Telegraph

'Pakenham', Hornsby NSW, home of the Channon family. The house was later a private hospital, and was demolished in 1960 to make way for Westfield Plaza.

'Pakenham', Hornsby NSW, home of the Channon family. The house was later a private hospital, and was demolished in 1960 to make way for Westfield Plaza.

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