Hurstville Railway Station in the southern suburbs of Sydney in 🌹
Croft’s,a two-storey building with four shops within in the southern Sydney suburb of Hurstville in 1908.Occupied by A. Croft-fruiterer,Gannon and Gibson-grocers,Bert Jolley- tailor and mercer and Miss H. J. Chicken-confectioner.
Blue Post Hotel in Hurstville in southern Sydney in the 1880s. •Hurstville Council•
Bert Jolley's in Hurstville, southern suburb of Sydney (year unknown).
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Diment Store on Forest Rd,Hurstville in the southern suburb of Sydney.Closed in 1961. •Hurstville Council• Diments had done its dash by 1961, and the 40-year-old business was liquidated that year. corner of Forest Road
Hurstville Post Office in southern Sydney in the 1920s. •Hurstville City Library•
History-of-Hurstville NSW. RR arrived 1884.Mansions and country homes on 5 acre lots were built in the 1880s for residents who could commute
Forest Rd, Hurstville, N.S.W. early 1900s The road had officially been the Illawarra Road which was to link that region with Sydney, but was widely known as Gannon's Forest Road up until the 1880s when it became Forest Road. Patrick MacMahon, a prominent land-holder in the area, built the original Hurstville Hotel featured in the right foreground of the photograph in 1884