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George St,Sydney in 1900 during the Big Cleanse from the Bubonic Plague. Antique Photos, Old Photos, Australian People, Sydney City, Historical Pictures, Sydney Australia, Newcastle, Vintage Images, Continents
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George Street, 1900

From a series of images showing the areas in Sydney affected by the outbreak of Bubonic Plague in 1900. Taken by Mr. John Degotardi, Jr., photographer from the Department of Public Works, the images depict the state of the houses and 'slum' buildings at the time of the outbreak and the cleansing and disinfecting operations which followed. No.'s 831-841 George Street, Sydney Dated: c.17/07/1900 Digital ID: 12487_a021_a021000051 Rights: www.records.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rights-and-permissions…

Before road space became premium property, Sydney trams luxuriated at Railway Square -- where Parramatta Road and Broadway met just near Central Station. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cities, Central Square, Sydney City, Central Station, Historical Images, History Photos

As It Was: Railway Square 1913

(Click on pics to enlarge) Next time you're driving into Sydney via Central, try to visualise it as it was nearly 100 years ago. That's Railway Square above, formerly Central Square, as it was nearly 100 yeras ago. Some points to note in respect of the above pic: - The large number of trams. - The presence of horses and carts but no cars (there is one car, parked next to the trees on the right). - The pedestrian friendly streets. Pedestrians are walking everywhere on the streets unconcernhed…

Anzac Day in the Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 25 April 1930 - Note the progress of the arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney City, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Harbor Bridge, Australia Tourism, Sydney Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Anzac Memorial, Anzac Day
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Anzac Day in the Domain, Sydney, 25 April 1930 / Sam Hood

Note the progress of the arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Format: Photograph Notes: Find more detailed information about this photograph: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=9393 Search for more great images in the State Library's collections: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/search/SimpleSearch.aspx From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Sydney Opera House Facts You Never Knew - Seeing Sydney Photographs Of People, Vintage Photographs, Sydney Skyline, Over The Bridge, Arch Bridge, Australian Architecture, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Historical Photos, Old Photos
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Peak hour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1952 [picture]

Pedestrians and tram on George St,Sydney in from State Library of NSW. Old Pictures, Old Photos, The Rocks Sydney, Timber Buildings, Sydney City, Old Trains, Mystery Of History, Sydney Australia, City Streets
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Pedestrians and tram on George Street c1910

Pedestrians and tram on George St,Sydney in c1910.Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

Traffic flowing smoothly on the Sydney Harbour Bridge after two new lanes were opened, July Credit: National Archives of Australia Harbor Bridge, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney New South Wales, Australian Photography, Cities, Sydney City, Arch Bridge, Airlie Beach, National Archives
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Smoothly flowing traffic, Sydney, 1959

Traffic flows smoothly over Sydney Harbour Bridge, once the city's worst bottleneck. Two new lanes replaced the tram tracks on the east side, making eight in all, were opened on 2 July 1959. This photograph is part of a large series created by the Australian News and Information Bureau (ANIB), Canberra. ANIB photographs provide a snapshot of Australian life between 1950 and 1971, and document everything from rural and urban communities, to arts, sport, politics, flora and fauna, building and…

Harbour Bridge with first electric train before official opening, Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations, 1932 / photographed by Hall & Co Sydney City, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Harbor Bridge, Sydney Australia, Australia Travel, Great Photos, Old Photos, Federation Of Australia, Australian Photography
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Harbour Bridge with first electric train before official opening, Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations, 1932 / photographed by Hall & Co

Format: Film photonegative (copied from original nitrate photonegative) Notes: First electric train across Sydney Harbour Bridge with the Royal Arms on the front before official opening From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au Information about photographic collections of the State Library of New South Wales: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/search/SimpleSearch.aspx Persistent url: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=61731

Historic black & white photo of Parramatta Town Hall c. Sydney City, Historical Pictures, Town Hall, Old Photos, Photo Art, Taj Mahal, Past, Street View, History
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Parramatta Town Hall c. 1910

Historic black & white photo of Parramatta Town Hall c. 1910.

Ermington shops Victoria Road Ermington NSW v Holden Australia, South Australia, Western Australia, As Time Goes By, The Good Old Days, Tasmania, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Cars
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Days gone by

Days gone by

Looking toward the The Strand Movie Theatre along Market St. Newcastle Town, Melbourne, Sydney, My Town, City Buildings, Historical Photos, Postcards, Trains, Vietnam
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Looking toward the The Strand Movie Theatre along Market St.

St George's Church on Phillip St,Sydney (year unknown).The Church was demolished to make way for the extention of Martin Place to MacQuarie St in the is from State Library of NSW.

St Stephen's Presbyterian church, Phillip St c1930

 Mary's Cathedral, from Hyde Park, Sydney, [transparency] Sydney City, Old Churches, Hyde Park, Historical Photos, Black And White Photography, Old Photos, Cathedral, Heartland, South Wales
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St. Mary's Cathedral, from Hyde Park, Sydney, ca.1892 [transparency]

St. Mary's Cathedral,from Hyde Park, Sydney,ca.1892.Photo from National Library of Australia.A♥W

Hammers Rd,Northmead in western Sydney in Newcastle, Old Photos, Sydney, Sailing, Australia, South Wales, Park, History, Interesting Stuff
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Baulkham Hills | Framing Life @ Boronia Park

Curzon Hall was built in the 1890's and is located at 53 Agincourt Road, Marsfield. It features Italian Renaissance style with graceful arches and colonnades built with local sandstone. It is now a function centre and a popular venue for social functions and conferences. #CurzonHall #History #Marsfield #RydeLocal #CityofRyde #Archives Italian Renaissance, Local History, Sydney Australia, South Wales, Historical Sites, North West, Geography, Old Photos, Beautiful
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Curzon Hall was built in the 1890's and is located at 53 Agincourt Road, Marsfield. It features Italian Renaissance style with graceful arches and colonnades built with local sandstone. It is now a function centre and a popular venue for social functions and conferences. #CurzonHall #History #Marsfield #RydeLocal #CityofRyde #Archives

Seven Hills Railway Station in western Sydney in 🌹 Australian Road Trip, Sydney Australia, South Wales, Train Station, Road Trips, 1930s, Trains, Westerns, Past
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Baulkham Hills | Framing Life @ Boronia Park