Images connected to the setting and research behind the time-slip adventure novel, Market Blues.
Queen Victoria Market
1956 Paper Boy at Queen Victoria Market Melbourne Australia
Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including the Yarra River, Western Markets and Metropolitan Markets (which no longer exist).
University Of Melbourne
Birds eye map view of Melbourne circa 1900 including Bourke Street with Eastern Markets (which no longer exist).
The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in
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Melbourne's Metropolitan (Corporation) Markets which was demolished in In the novel, Sam and Flea chase Curly through these markets at night.
Family Tree Chart
A military parade, possibly during the Boer War, passing the old Eastern Markets in Bourke Street, Melbourne. In 'Market Blues' Sam visits the Eastern Markets with Flea and his friends. The Eastern Markets were demolished in
Miss Nellie Stewart, as Prince Charming in Cinderella, 1901 / Talma & Co.] and at Sydney (State Library of New South Wales)
by State Library of New South Wales collection
Queen Victoria Market is a massive seventeen acres big. This makes it the biggest open market in the whole southern hemisphere. Into markets and bargains? Then you will love Queen Victoria Market!
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