The Skipping Girl neon sign, photographed in 1968. "Little Audrey", Abbotsford, Melbourne, Australia. Via The Age. Erected in 1937, the locally iconic advertising sign for Skipping Girl Vinegar, achieved official state heritage registration in 2007.

Skipping Girl Vinegar - original little Audrey sign and related advertising with company name Nycander & Co who also traded as the Vinegar Company of Australia as embossed on the bottles.

The Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne. Repinned from Miss Clare's board as she writes: I will never forget seeing Ariane Mnouchkine's Le Théâtre du Soleil perform "Le Dernier Caravansérail" in 2005. With the stage tucked into one wing of the RGB, a very small seating bank at one end and only three performances, tickets were highly coveted. It is no wonder then that enthusiasts waited at the door for others not to show in order to get a glimpse of this rare and genius work. Theatre…

Interior of the Royal Exhibition Building, Nicholson Street, Carlton - a World Heritage-listed site, completed in Melbourne, Australia

Market Lane Melbourne Melbourne does have a reputation for good coffee, probably due to the large number of Italians living here.

Market Lane Coffee

Market Lane Coffee - MELBOURNE GIRL - Market Lane is a specialty coffee roastery and cafe, born and based in Melbourne.

Flinders Station in Melbourne -Victoria, was the first railway station in an Australian city, the terminus for the first use of steam rail in Australia and the world's busiest passenger station in the late 1920s.

Flinders Station in Melbourne -Victoria, was the first railway station in an Australian city, the terminus for the first use of steam rail in Australia and the world's busiest passenger station in the late

The corner of Swanston and Bourke is one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, where the mall meets the main drag. And while the ma...

Not quite b&w but too good to let go - Foys, trams and Streetscapes : Melbourne Photos - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Block Arcade Melbourne, 1960s

Block Arcade, Collins Street – Mark Strizic , 1967 Still looks much the same. Arcades (& lanes) are wonderful in Melbourne city and help make the city different to the other capitals in Australia. The Hopetoun tea rooms are still in operation.

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Boy its raining here in Southern California! Relaxing with a hot cup of tea and a good book sounds like a fabulous way to enjoy the rain! What book are you reading or will you start reading this weeke(Whats Your Favorite Life)

‘Paperback Reflections’. Bourke Street, Melbourne. © G.C. Campbell.

A cumulative portrait of Melbourne through photography and illustration with images that celebrate Melbourne’s street art, architecture and seasona.

A locals guide to Melbourne: 11 cafes to find a good cup of coffee

A LOCALS GUIDE TO MELBOURNE: 11 CAFES TO FIND A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE

A locals guide to Melbourne's Addiction: 11 cafes to find and enjoy a good cup of coffee

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