The Beatles arriving in Adelaide, 12 June 1964.     Photographed from The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 3 June 1964

The Beatles arriving in Adelaide, 12 June Photographed from The Australian Women’s Weekly - Wednesday 3 June 1964

April 5, 1983: Princess Diana at a Disco Dance at the University of Adelaide during the Royal Tour of Australia.

April Princess Diana at a Disco Dance at the University of Adelaide during the Royal Tour of Australia.

Hindley St. Top mid 70's, bottom 2012. Miller Andersons on the right is now an apartment block.

Top mid bottom Miller Andersons on the right is now an apartment block.

The now-demolished Rundle Mall escalators and pedestrian walkway, as pictured in 1982. - How Adelaide got Rundle Mall | Adelaide Now

The now-demolished Rundle Mall escalators and pedestrian walkway, as pictured in - How Adelaide got Rundle Mall

Downtown. Hindley Street, Adelaide.

Remember family nights out at the Downtown in Hindley St?

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Loved shopping with mum at John Martins. It had THE best toy department and the Magic Cave was so memorable.

John Martins department store ... how I miss you, especially at Christmas :( johnnies5.jpeg

Old David Jones & John Martins photos?

Rundle Mall, 1970's | Note the Harris Scarfe building to the left (now demolished) and the Woolworths store. Department of Education slide. Ezywalkin Shoe shop. https://flic.kr/p/9EMAU7 |

Note the Harris Scarfe building to the left (now demolished) and the Woolworths store. Department of Education slide.

Rundle Mall South Australia. How green it was then! Boy George & Culture Club appeared  on that balcony in 1984. Escalator now long gone.

Boy George & Culture Club appeared on that balcony in Escalator now long gone.

Boy George and Culture Club in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. July 5, 1984. Also visible are Greg Clark (5AD radio station), Premier John Bannon and Molly Meldrum ... thanks to people power who petitioned as CC overlooked Adelaide for their concert tour (Marina M)

Boy George and Culture Club in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. July Also visible are Greg Clark radio station), Premier John Bannon and Molly Meldrum . thanks to people power who petitioned as CC overlooked Adelaide for their concert tour (Marina M)

KESAB campaign in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. Keep South Australia Beautiful | KESAB advertising in South Australia over the years | Adelaide Now

KESAB campaign in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. Keep South Australia Beautiful

Hindley Street Adelaide-Old

Changing face of Adelaide

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