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Photo I took over Albert Park Melbourne Australia. Been told that you guys might like it over here! Hope you do! #city #cities #buildings #photography

Photo I took over Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. Been told that you guys might like it over here! Hope you do!

Photo I took over Albert Park Melbourne Australia. Been told that you guys might like it over here! Hope you do! #city #cities #buildings #photography

Our greatest remaining skyscraper from the 30s? - Page 2 - SkyscraperCity

Our greatest remaining skyscraper from the 30s?

Our greatest remaining skyscraper from the 30s? - Page 2 - SkyscraperCity

Jason Henderson, a BMW spare parts executive, has turned his passion for local history into the non-profit cult Facebook page Lost Melbourne, on which people post and share photos and stories from buildings, streets, parks, objects, and events from the city's past.

Rediscovering Lost Melbourne

Jason Henderson, a BMW spare parts executive, has turned his passion for local history into the non-profit cult Facebook page Lost Melbourne, on which people post and share photos and stories from buildings, streets, parks, objects, and events from the city's past.

Culture Victoria - Flinders Street Railway Station, south-west corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne
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Flinders Street Railway Station, south-west corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne - Flinders Street Station - Culture Victoria

Culture Victoria - Flinders Street Railway Station, south-west corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne

Kinglake Historical Society. photograph of Big Ben, Kinglake

Big Ben

From the collection of Kinglake Historical Society. Conditions of Use: All rights reserved. Please refer to source page for full media reuse details.

Former Town Hall Chambers, N-E corner of Swanston Street and Little Collins Street - demolished by Council for pocket park, 1968

Image of the corner of Swanston Street and Little Collins Street - City Collection

Black and white image of the corner of Swanston Street and Little Collins Street. Council House 2 now stands on this site.

Swanston St #Melbourne, looking S from around Lonsdale towards Lt Bourke, c.1869

Swanston St, Melbourne, looking S from around Lonsdale towards Lt Bourke, c.1869

Swanston St #Melbourne, looking S from around Lonsdale towards Lt Bourke, c.1869

Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1872. | 44 Rare Photos Reveal How Much Australia Has Changed

Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1872.

"Shows buildings including Cavanaugh's and The Star Hotels, and carriages parked in the street, some without horses at front." Source: State Library of Victoria.

[Miss Fox's hat shop on Chapel Street]

Prahran:. [Miss Fox's hat shop on Chapel Street]

[Miss Fox's hat shop on Chapel Street]

Model T Ford Forum: Old Photo- T at Mount Buffalo, Victoria

Model T Ford Forum: Old Photo- T at Mount Buffalo, Victoria

Model T Ford Forum: Old Photo- T at Mount Buffalo, Victoria

Lost Melbourne: 10 Landmark Buildings Demolished Forever

By 1865, Melbourne had overtaken Sydney as Australia’s most populous city. The economic boom of the Victorian ‘gold rush’ peaked during the 1880s and Melbourne had become the richest city in the…

Melbourne sure has come a long way. Back before settlers arrived in the 19th century, Indigenous Australians had already lived on the land for around 31,000 to

These are the oldest recorded photos of Melbourne

Melbourne sure has come a long way. Back before settlers arrived in the 19th century, Indigenous Australians had already lived on the land for around 31,000 to

History Of The Manchester Unity Building | Manchester Unity Building

History Of The Manchester Unity Building | Manchester Unity Building

Melbourne's iconic Manchester Unity Building has a wealth of history, representing art, science, culture and commerce. Book a tour today by calling (03) 9663 5494.

Yarra Bend, with the former Yarra Bend asylum on the left, and the new Kew asylum on the hill in the background, ca. 1880

The Yarra Bend and lunatic asylum, Victoria, ca. 1800 [picture].

Yarra Bend, with the former Yarra Bend asylum on the left, and the new Kew asylum on the hill in the background, ca. 1880

MELBOURNE, you’ve come a long way, as these historic aerial images show.

Incredible photos of Melbourne by air

MELBOURNE, you’ve come a long way, as these historic aerial images show.

Lost Melbourne: 10 Landmark Buildings Demolished Forever

Lost Melbourne: 10 Landmark Buildings Demolished Forever

By 1865, Melbourne had overtaken Sydney as Australia’s most populous city. The economic boom of the Victorian ‘gold rush’ peaked during the 1880s and Melbourne had become the richest city in the…