Pinterest

Creeks of Stonnington

34 Pins128 Followers
The small creeks of Stonnington over time. From Gardiners Creek to Scotchman's Creek.
MP 60083. Photograph of Toorak Road bridge demolished by flood water from Gardiners Creek; 1 December 1934.

Toorak Road bridge destroyed by Gardiners Creek flood, 1 December

MP 7884. Scotchmans Creek, between Waverley and Warrigal Roads. Photo taken prior to construction of South Eastern Arterial Road Link between Toorak Road and Warrigal Road; 6 October 1983.

MP Scotchmans Creek, between Waverley and Warrigal Roads. Photo taken prior to construction of South Eastern Arterial Road Link between Toorak Road and Warrigal Road;

MP 9. Floods, Kooyong Club house. Looking south west from near the stadium. Gardiners Creek is in flood with the Glen Waverley railway line and Toorak houses on the hill in the background; December 1934.

MP The Kooyong Tennis Club house flooded by Gardiners Creek. Toorak and the Glen Waverley railway line in the background, December

MP 620. View across the Kooyong Tennis Stadium in flood. The stadium is full of water from the Yarra River and Gardiners Creek in flood; 1 December 1934.

MP View across the Kooyong Tennis Stadium in flood. The stadium is full of water from the Yarra River and Gardiners Creek in flood;

MP 5195. Poultry farm in Glen Iris between railway station and creek - summer; c.1910.

MP Poultry farm in Glen Iris between railway station and creek - summer;

MP 7886. Gardiners Creek showing the rear of the City Brick Works east of Tooronga Road, 6 Oct 1983.

MP Gardiners Creek showing the rear of the City Brick Works east of Tooronga Road, 6 Oct

MP 5210. Winter morning after rain painted by Tom Roberts, 1890. Copy of Tom Robert's painting of a bridge over Gardiners Creek, taken from an unsourced auction catalogue. The bridge has been identified by VicRoads as Glenferrie Road bridge, built 1885.

MP Winter morning after rain painted by Tom Roberts, Copy of Tom Robert's painting of a bridge over Gardiners Creek, taken from an unsourced auction catalogue. The bridge has been identified by VicRoads as Glenferrie Road bridge, built

MP 13664. Gardiners Creek looking upstream from Tooronga Road, c1970 to 1986.

MP 13664. Gardiners Creek looking upstream from Tooronga Road, c1970 to 1986.

MP 61373. Gardiners Creek, East Malvern; undated.

MP 61373. Gardiners Creek, East Malvern; undated.

MP 8002. Gardiners Creek; c.1990.

MP 8002. Gardiners Creek; c.1990.

MP 7560. Gardiners Creek; 1895.

MP 7560. Gardiners Creek; 1895.

MP 7896. Glen Iris Park Wetlands. The Glen Iris Park Wetlands were established along Gardiners Creek as part of the redevelopment following construction of the South Eastern Arterial Road; 1988.

MP 7896. Glen Iris Park Wetlands. The Glen Iris Park Wetlands were established along Gardiners Creek as part of the redevelopment following construction of the South Eastern Arterial Road; 1988.

MP 7361. Schoolboy Excursion to Gardiners Creek; c.1920.

MP Schoolboy Excursion to Gardiners Creek;

MP 7188. Gardiners Creek, the mouth near Heyington with Toorak in the background; prior to 1934.

MP Gardiners Creek, the mouth near Heyington with Toorak in the background; prior to

MP 13701. Aerial photo of Gardiners Creek and the South Eastern freeway at Glenburn, c.1980s

MP Aerial photo of Gardiners Creek and the South Eastern freeway at Glenburn,

MP 7559. The view from the electricity pylon at Gardiners Creek looking north across High Street. The council nursery is on the left of the photo; 1927.

MP The view from the electricity pylon at Gardiners Creek looking north across High Street. The council nursery is on the left of the photo;