Melbourne's great eyesore, demolishing the 1960s Gas and Fuel Corporation buildings which obstructed a vista of heritage buildings along Flinders Street including St Paul's Cathedral to make way for Federation Square.

Gas & Fuel Corporation building, seen from above Young & Jackson's Hotel, Flinders Street, Melbourne - St Paul's Cathedral - Culture Victoria

Melbourne children drinking milk. 1969. This could be a photo of me. I hated that milk!

Melbourne school children drinking the milk that was provided to all state schools,

The Williamstown car ferry, which provided the only crossing of the Lower Yarra until the opening of the West Gate Bridge (under construction in the background).

The Williamstown car ferry, which provided the only crossing of the Lower Yarra until the opening of the West Gate Bridge (under construction in the background).

Coles Cafeteria - i remember my monthly outing with mum was to have lunch at the Coles cafeteria.

The Coles Cafeteria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. My mum used to take the three of us aged under 5 there once a week for lunch.

1967: Family day at the Royal Melbourne Show. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

Victoria, Australia Family day at the Royal Melbourne Show. Note the show bags, it was always a big deal to get as many show bags as you could full of samples originally, but as the years went by they became expensive and not samples anymore

1962. Up Up and away with TAA! (Source: National Library of Australia)

(Trans Australian Airline)(Source: National Library of Australia)

1930s: Hillier's opened its doors in Collins St in 1934. Picture: Herald Sun Image Librar

Hillier's opened its doors in Collins St in Picture: Herald Sun Image Librar

Nepean Highway/Point Nepean Road, West Rosebud Back in the day didn't take much to be a HWY.

Nepean Highway/Point Nepean Road, West Rosebud Back in the day didn't take much to be a HWY.

1951 Concrete homes project - 962 concrete houses at Dandenong East, Northcote and Jordanville from the Holmesglen factory

The design of homes is still popular today with its uniqueness and character brings a cozier and a more distinctive look to any home décor nowadays.

Museum station shortly after opening in 1981

Blue Harris train at Museum Statiion (now Melbourne Central Station) on the city loop bound for Box Hill. Taken in 1981

Nepean Highway, Chelsea. I worked at "The Red Brick" Chelsrea Hotel for a few months in my youth.

I worked at "The Red Brick" Chelsrea Hotel for a few months in my youth.

Frontage of the new Ball & Welch Store, 10 Playne Street, Frankston, 1961

Frontage of the new Ball & Welch Store, 10 Playne Street, Frankston, 1961

Lost History - Fairlea Womens Prison Front Gates of Fairlea Women’s Prison at Yarra Bend, Fairfield. Built for 60 female prisoners in 1956, and expanded by 1986 to accommodate 106, Fairlea was decommissioned in August of 1996. The gates depicted here (and parts of the boundary walls) were built between August and November 1849 and were thus remnant from the Colony […]

Front Gates of Fairlea Women’s Prison at Yarra Bend, Fairfield. Built for 60 female prisoners in and expanded by 1986 to accommodate Fairlea was decommissioned in August of The gat…

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