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The Astor Theatre, St Kilda. Spent many a happy night here, eating choc tops (best in Melbourne) and watching classic films on a giant screen

Two Melbourne icons - a rumbly class W tram and the elegant art deco cinema palace the Astor Theatre - Chapel St, south of Princes Hwy.

A Melbourne fog - don't worry it will be sunny later, then rainy, then sunny again!

Heavy fog by the Yarra river Melbourne. & Behind Federation Square & pentax istds & second & Favorited 69 times so far.

Federation 1901:  Roses Stereoscopic Views  Duke of York Celebrations, Melbourne 1901 The Citizens Arch, Bourke Street Melbourne Victoria

Federation Roses Stereoscopic Views Duke of York Celebrations, Melbourne 1901 The Citizens Arch, Bourke Street Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Royal Arcade is a heritage #shopping arcade in the central business district of #Melbourne, Victoria.

-historic type of shopping arcade. Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. Originally constructed in

Victoria, Australia 1960s: Check out the clothes! A time tunnel. 1960: Crowds celebrate Moomba in Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

Victoria, Australia Check out the clothes! A time tunnel. Crowds celebrate Moomba in Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library NB buildings all demolished late for City Square abomination

The West Gate Bridge Collapse - At 11:50 am on 15 October 1970, a 367-ft (112 m) span of the West Gate Bridge collapsed during construction. http://anengineersaspect.blogspot.com/2009/10/west-gate-bridge-collapse-on-its-39th.html#

"The West Gate Bridge Collapse" At am on 15 October a m) span of the West Gate Bridge collapsed during construction.

This is a great pic to double click to see details. And what an empty old town! Melbourne - Princes Bridge Hotel -  better known as Young and Jacksons.  Cnr Swanston and Flinders Street.  1977.  On the left the Former State Electricity Commission (SEC) Buildings: 238 Flinders Street (built 1936). photo John T. Collins.

Melbourne - Princes Bridge Hotel - better known as Young and Jacksons. Cnr Swanston and Flinders Street. On the left the Former State Electricity Commission (SEC) Buildings: 238 Flinders Street (built photo John T.

1970's Coles Supermarket: when your groceries were packed into paper bags

Coles Supermarket: when your groceries were packed into paper bags