1860: Summer storm floods Melbourne
Flooding in Elizabeth Street in 1862. Image courtesy of National Library of Australia In December 1860, at the peak of the Victorian gold mining boom, a severe storm hit Melbourne and unleashed a d…
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Georges Facade, c. early 1900's Melbourne Victoria. My friends and I went to Georges after college to look at the sales ladies as they all wore little white gloves even the lady who stayed in the lift taking people up and down. Georgeous and later on I worked up the Paris end of Collins Street walking distance from here.
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When Southbank was just South Melbourne - iconic lolly (sweets, candy) manufacturer now demolished-see pin 'waterfront spectacular' book. Big shopping, entertaining (restaurants, casino etc) precinct.
Forum topic: Historic photo of the day
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Looking down Flinders Lane, horse drawn vehicles on road, cars lining curbs, pedestrians on paths. If you'd like to find out more about this image, or download a hi-res copy, visit our catalogue: handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/73966
Photograph - Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Shop Entrance, Kodak House, 252 Collins St, Melbourne, circa 1959-1961
Footpath in front of Kodak shop. Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Shop Entrance, Kodak House, 252 Collins St, Mebourne, circa 1950s
Former Red-Light District Seeking Heritage Protection – Architecture . Construction . Engineering . Property
Recent interest by large developers in Melbourne's former red-light district has put heritage buildings at risk of being demolished.