Manly Wharf undergoing building alterations. (Photo taken from the Hotel Manly) Dated: 1940. v@e

Manly Wharf Manly wharf under construction (taken from the Hotel Manly) Dated: 1940

Manly Wharf Manly wharf under construction (taken from the Hotel Manly) Dated: 1940

Manly Wharf Manly wharf under construction (taken from the Hotel Manly) Dated: 1940

The line ran from the Spit to the high ground of Balgowlah through heavy cuttings, along the ridge of Sydney Road, descending via Ivanhoe Park to level ground in Raglan Street, a journey of just over three miles. Regular services began on 9 January 1911. The track was single line, with three crossing loops (Parsley Loop, Condamine Loop and Ivanhoe Loop). Trams ran at half-hourly intervals, and it took 25 minutes to cover the distance fom the Spit to Manly.

The line ran from the Spit to the high ground of Balgowlah through heavy cuttings, along the ridge of Sydney Road, descending via Ivanhoe Park to level ground in Raglan Street, a journey of just over three miles. Regular services began on 9 January 1911. The track was single line, with three crossing loops (Parsley Loop, Condamine Loop and Ivanhoe Loop). Trams ran at half-hourly intervals, and it took 25 minutes to cover the distance fom the Spit to Manly.

Manly's horse tram, traveling from the Ocean Beach on The Corso, Manly, to the Lagoon in Manly, NSW. (Photo undated). v@e

Manly's horse tram, traveling from the Ocean Beach on The Corso, Manly, to the Lagoon in Manly, NSW.

Steam tram on the Corso,Manly in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney (year unknown).

Steam tram on the Corso,Manly in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney (year unknown).

Manly Beach - Summer Is Here', 1913, oil on canvas, by Ethel Carrick Fox

Ethel Carrick Fox, Manly Beach – summer is here 1913

Manly Water Chute, open 1903 to mid 1906, was located at the southern end of South Steyne. The turreted building to the left of the Chute is still to be seen, externally little changed, on the corner of South Steyne and Victoria Parade.

Manly Water Chute, open 1903 to mid was located at the southern end of South Steyne. The turreted building to the left of the Chute is still to be seen, externally little changed, on the corner of South Steyne and Victoria Parade.

People enjoying the floating slides in the harbour pool opposite The Pavilion at Manly Cove.

Funny Photos of Beach's Life in Australia in the Past

Steamboat pier at Manly in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney in 1887. State Library of NSW.

Steamboat pier at Manly in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney in State Library of NSW.

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Manly Beach, Advertising Poster, Travel Posters, North Shore, Sydney

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