George St, looking south from The Rocks.  c.1910, City Archives.

George St, looking south from The Rocks, 1910

19.From No 41 Windmill Street Millers Point.   Library of NSW Search - Manuscripts, Oral History, and Pictures Catalogue - State Library of New South Wales

No 41 Windmill Street Millers Point. Library of NSW Search - Manuscripts, Oral History, and Pictures Catalogue - State Library of New South Wales

The Argyle Cut in The Rocks - Resumption photographic survey, 1901. The Argyle Cut was started in the 1830s and finished in 1859.(7)  It was created to provide a direct transport link between Sydney Cove and Darling Harbour and it remained an important transport link until Hickson Road was finished in 1923.

The Argyle Cut in The Rocks - Resumption photographic survey, The Argyle…

Sydney Harbour Trust employee's homes and kindergarten in High Street, The Rocks, c.1920.

Sydney Harbour Trust employee homes and kindergarten in High Street, The Rocks, Sydney v

Upper Fort Street and Watson St corner The tree is still there at the entrance to the Harbour Bridge stairs. The first houses are on the site of the outdoor gym.

Upper Fort Street and Watson St corner The tree is still there at the entrance to the Harbour Bridge stairs. The first houses are on the site of the outdoor gym.

Rear of 41 Cumberland Street, The Rocks [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] Dated: October 1901 Digital ID: 4481_a026_000103 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.

Rear of 41 Cumberland Street, The Rocks [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] Dated: October 1901 Digital ID: 4481_a026_000103 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.

The John Simpson store in Cumberland Place at The Rocks in Sydney was run by John Simpson and his sister, Esther. The crossed anchor and shovel painted above the door indicated that the mixed grocery business supplied mariners and immigrants headed inland in search of gold as well as the local residents. Signs that used visual images told all prospective customers, literate or not, of the merchandise that might be found within. appears to be part of the 1901 Rocks Resumption Photographic…

The John Simpson store in Cumberland Place at The Rocks in Sydney was run by John Simpson and his sister, Esther. The crossed anchor and shovel painted above the door indicated that the mixed grocery business supplied mariners and immigrants headed inland in search of gold as well as the local residents. Signs that used visual images told all prospective customers, literate or not, of the merchandise that might be found within. appears to be part of the 1901 Rocks Resumption Photographic…

Lower Fort St,Dawes Point,Sydney in 1870.

Lower Fort Street, Dawes Point, Sydney in

Susannah Place. Gloucester St, The Rocks 1910 > 2016. [Heritage Council of NSW > Kevin Sundgren. By Kevin Sundgren]

Gloucester St, The Rocks 1910 > [Heritage Council of NSW > Kevin Sundgren. By Kevin Sundgren]

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