Melbourne - Then and now
The royal show
Art studio room
St Kilda Road past Flinders St station and Princes bridge, circa Melbourne
Wood chopping at the Royal Melbourne Show. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library Full credit to these men watching this was heart racing stuff.
The second Princes Bridge, opened in span made of bluestone and granite and was at the time,one of the longest,flattest stone arch bridges in the world.
Princes Bridge with Melbourne Water Clock Tower
'The Lagoon' Port Melbourne - see pastport.com.au
Children on a pony at the Royal Melbourne Show. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library I loved my pony rides.
Griffiths Tea Warehouse at Flinders St,Melbourne in Victoria (year unknown).
Sandridge in Melbourne in
Digital Photograph - Children's Train at Royal Melbourne Show, Ascot Vale, 1956
Royal Melbourne Show, 2000
Darrell Lea stand at the Royal Melbourne Show, 1954 Victoria Australia (although I was born later - loved going to the Melbourne Show)
The Founding of Australia By Capt Arthur Phillip Sydney Cove Jan 1788