Orient Hotel, corner of Bourke and Swanston Streets, Melbourne, c1910. The hotel was demolished in the 1930s. Photograph from State Library Victoria.

Orient Hotel, corner of Bourke and Swanston Streets, Melbourne, The hotel was demolished in the Photograph from State Library Victoria.

Parer’s Crystal Café, Bourke Street ~ 1880s .. Love the Hatters store on the right ..

Parer's Crystal Cafe, Bourke Street Demolished to make way for the Midcity Cinema Complex.

The Australian Building, northwest corner of Elizabeth Street and Flinders Lane. Built in 1889 and demolished in 1980.

The Australian Building, northwest corner of Elizabeth Street and Flinders Lane. Built in 1889 and demolished in

Buxton's stationery store, Swanston Street, site of a major exhibition by the Australian Impressionists in August 1889. It included 183 works, with the majority by Tom Roberts (62), Charles Conder (46) and Arthur Streeton (40).

Buxton's stationery store, Swanston Street, site of a major exhibition by the Australian Impressionists in August It included 183 works, with the majority by Tom Roberts Charles Conder and Arthur Streeton

The Homeopathic Hospital that once stood on St Kilda Road replaced over time by…

Homoeopathic Hospital (later Prince Henry’s Hospital) in An elaborate Victorian structure made of variegated brick with extensive verandahs, parapeted gables, pinnacles, iron cresting and storeys separated by decorative banding.

Norwood - Brighton (Demolished)

Norwood at The Esplande, Brighton in Victoria.Construction on the site was completed in mansion situated on two acres was designed by Melbourne architect Philip Treeby for financier Mark Moss.

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