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old world australia

Collection by Mawk Grasper

Mawk Grasper
1888 Windsor Hotel, Bourke St (built 1884 originally named 'The Grand'. In 1920 with new owners it was renamed 'The Windsor Hotel) Melbourne Girl, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Photos, Brisbane, Windsor Hotel, Vintage Hotels, Historical Architecture

The Hotel Windsor on Twitter

“#ThrowbackThursday to 1883 when the Windsor was built (formerly known as The Grand)”

Balmain Post Office and Court House Australian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Sydney Australia, Western Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Sydney New South Wales, Old Post Office, Sydney City

Balmain Post Office and Court House

Balmain Post Office and Court House Dated: No date Digital ID: 4346_a020_a020000129 Rights: www.records.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rights-and-permissions We'd love to hear from you if you use our photos. Many other photos in our collection are available to view and browse on our website using Photo Investigator.

Beechworth City is among the best preserved early gold mining towns in Victoria, Australia. Its mall extends along the Ford Street and the Camp Street. Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne Architecture, Australian Architecture, Historical Architecture

Lantern Slide - Princes Bridge, Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, circa 1890

A black and white image of the second bridge to be built over the Yarra River at the end of Swanston Street connecting the city of Melbourne to the south bank and photographed by A.J. Campbell. Built in 1888 this bridge replaced the single span masonry bridge that A.J. Campbell had also photographed in 1870. St Paul's Cathedral on the north east corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets can be ...

 Designed by Joseph Reed (B) Cornwell Migrated to (age also designed the Town Hall, Royal Exhibition Buildings, State Lib/Museum, Rippon Lea Estate, Scotts Church & many more. Melbourne's most prominent architect designer. Melbourne Architecture, Australian Architecture, Architecture Old, Victorian Architecture, Michael Church, St Michael, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia

HISTORY: Photo shows St Michael's Uniting Church, designed by Joseph Reed (born in the parish of Constantine, Cornwall, England, 1823; died 1890). Reed migrated to Australia in1853 (age 30) and there designed the MelbourneTown Hall, Royal Exhibition Buildings, State Library/Museum, Rippon Lea Estate, Scotts Church and many more. He was Melbourne's most prominent architect designer.

The Premier Building at Collins St,Melbourne,Victoria (year unknown). Still standing but neglected in danger of demolition Vintage Architecture, Australian Architecture, Classic Architecture, Historical Architecture, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Famous Buildings, City Buildings, Melbourne Australia

Forum topic: Historic photo of the day

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some pix of great old buildings now demolished yes sydney is also guilty of demolishing hundreds of fine old bldgs. Melbourne Architecture, Classic Architecture, Grey Wallpaper Iphone, Stone Cladding, Small Waterfall, Famous Buildings, Brick And Stone, Modern City, European History

Henry Bull & Co Building.Located at the corner of Market and York Sts,Sydney.Constructed in 1904 in the Victorian Romanesque style of rendered brick stone cladding.It was renovated in 1913 and demolished in 1973 for St Martins.The building was 53 metres high...the second tallest at that time. The photo above was in 1914 when 4 storeys were added.A♥W