Melbourne Tram Museum: Fares Please! An economic history of the M&MTB
Economic history of the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board - World War II saw huge pressure placed upon the M&MTB tram system; record passengers, minimal maintenance and wartime shortages.
The skipping girl vinegar sign - FXJ109534 The skipping girl vinegar sign above the factory in Victoria Street, Richmond, 22 August 2004 THE AGE Picture by STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
Image of the corner of Swanston Street and Little Collins Street - City Collection
Black and white image of the corner of Swanston Street and Little Collins Street. Council House 2 now stands on this site.
On 16 Sept 1979 Victoria Railways celebrated its 125th Anniversary and ran special trains to Port Melbourne. This line was converted to a tram line in 1987.
Urban photographic art of the 50s and 60s: Wolfgang Sievers and Mark Strizic
Leonard Joel Auctioneers here in Melbourne are having their Annual Photographic Auction on Sunday 19th June 2011 at 2pm. I don’t normally g...
Melbourne's lost buildings
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Rediscovering Lost Melbourne
Jason Henderson, a BMW spare parts executive, has turned his passion for local history into the non-profit cult Facebook page Lost Melbourne, on which people post and share photos and stories from buildings, streets, parks, objects, and events from the city's past.
Angus O'Callaghan's Melbourne
Forty years ago Angus O'Callaghan chronicled the ordinary life of Melbourne, then his pictures were forgotten, consigned to a shoebox. Rediscovered they reveal a lost world, one that intrigues today's young collectors who are pushing prices for the prints higher and higher.