Melbourne Architecture. #Melbourne #Australia

this building demonstrates strong unity. all the sharp lines and points work together to create a powerful mood when viewing this building

Collins Street. Melbourne, Australia.

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Vintage Melbourne

the Chinese Arch, Swanston Street, MElbourne

Melbourne, Swanston Street c1872

Swanston St,Melbourne in from State Library of Victoria.

1956: Collins St, Melbourne.

Aerial photo of Collins St,Melbourne in 🌹

Interior of the Federal Coffee palace in Melbourne, cnr of King and Collins St, demolished in the 1970s. Photo via walkingmelbourne.com.au

Interior of the Federal Hotel (originally Coffee Palace) in Melbourne, cnr of King and Collins St, demolished in the

Neo-Gothic circa 1878. Corner of Collins and Queen Street Melbourne

my favorite building in Melbourne - ANZ ‘Gothic Bank’, 287 Collins Street - this building has a richly ornate interior, finely worked masonry and meticulous detail - considered the finest secular Gothic Revival building in Australia

Theatres & Cinemas of Melbourne

Theatres & Cinemas of Melbourne - Forum Theatre

COLE'S BOOK ARCADE Bourke Street Melbourne interior in the 1880's. From Cole of the Book Arcade : A biography of E.W Cole by Cole Tunley 1974 (minkshmink)

Cole's Book Arcade, Bourke Street Melbourne interior in the

Old Fish Market. Melbourne, Australia.

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Melbourne’s Forgotten Department Stores

Georges Facade, c. early Melbourne Victoria I loved to shop here (gb) Very iconic Melbourne.

Coles Book Arcade The Collins Street entrance to the arcade with a sign for 'Toyland' to the right and the glass roofed arcade to the left.

Howey Place and Coles Book Arcade Toy Department, Lt.

1 Spring Street Melbourne

Hard Rock Cafe was in this amazing old Melbourne building in the and I remember the Skyhooks were new and played in the Basement with restaurant on the top floor. (Hard Rock Cafe still there in

1956: Ahead of the Olympic Games opening in Melbourne, a giant torch was placed outside Flinders Street.

Ahead of the Olympic Games opening in Melbourne, a giant torch was placed outside Flinders St.

The Australian Building, northwest corner of Elizabeth Street and Flinders Lane. Built in 1889 and demolished in 1980.

The Australian Building, northwest corner of Elizabeth Street and Flinders Lane. Built in 1889 and demolished in

Colonial Mutual Life Building, 316 Collins Street, MELBOURNE. Demolished 1960.

From Grand to Bland: The Colonial Mutual Life Building (Demolished)

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