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

Coop's shot tower, built in 1888, is now enclosed by Melbourne Central shopping centre. This photo was taken in the 1970s, though the exact date is not known.

View of construction in central Melbourne 1975 of underground city rail loop. Now Melbourne Central. An aerial view of Coops shot tower looking over the construction site.

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Swanston St Shot Tower before construction of Melbourne Central Precinct - Melbourne, Victoria

You had to love Melbourne in the 80s - with a water feature to celebrate Burke and Wills and the Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Pool. I guess this feature is gone now. What a shame. See more of Melbourne in 1984 by clicking on the image

You had to love Melbourne in the - with a water feature to celebrate Burke and Wills and the Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Pool. What a shame. See more of Melbourne in 1984 by clicking on the image

Westfield Doncaster-Melbourne 1970's

Westfield Doncaster-Melbourne It was just 'up the hill' from us - Box Hill North.

Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board W2 class tram 594 on Route 5 City on reserved track at St. Kilda Road and Queens Way Junction, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. by express000

Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board class tram 594 on Route 5 City on reserved track at St. Kilda Road and Queens Way Junction, St.

1960 Young & Jacksons Hotel, Cnr Flinders & Swanston

Young and Jackson's Hotel 1960 - Young and Jackson Hotel - Culture Victoria

Melbourne's 1956 Olympic Games Swimming Pool. Designed by John and Phyllis Murphy.

Olympic Pool by Kevin Borland, Peter McIntyre, John and Phyllis Murphy. Melbourne, Australia Photograph by Wolfgang Sievers.

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