1851 - John Tallis, Van Diemen's Island or Tasmania #map #tasmania #australia

Tasmania , Antique MapArt : 1851 J. Tallis 'Van Diemen's Island or Tasm…' - Antique Map of Australia/World

Penitentiary Chapel - Prisoner Barracks in Hobart. Article and photo by Mike Fry for Think Tasmania.

It was a sunny afternoon during the weekend of the Tasmanian Wooden Boat Festival when I decided it was about time I visited the Penitentiary Chapel in .

Hobart Town, on the River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land

Hobart Town, on the River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land

Hobart in Tasmania in 1869.

Hobart in Tasmania in 🌹

Jarman's Map of Hobart Town(1858) - Richard Jarman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

By 1858 Hobart Town had grown to occupy approximately a square mile. Map drawn by local engraver and artist Richard Jarman

Tasmania: Very old photo of the Eastern Shore looking over to Hobart.

Tasmania: Very old photo of the Eastern Shore looking over to Hobart.

Sandy Bay from Keens Curry Hill, Hobart in Tasmania in 1900.

Sandy Bay from Keens Curry Hill, Hobart in Tasmania in

Davey Street - Year Unknown  Note that the street is two way traffic [now only one way], and the car doing a U-Turn between Murray and Harrington Street!

Davey Street - Year Unknown Note that the street is two way traffic [now only one way], and the car doing a U-Turn between Murray and Harrington Street!

Hobart and Mount Wellington in Tamania in the 1930s.

Hobart and Mount Wellington in Tamania in the

Hobart Town On this day …….. 21st of August 1842 Hobart Town, the main settlement in Van Diemen’s Land, is proclaimed a city. Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania, Australia, and is the second oldest city in Australia, with Sydney being the oldest. It is Australia’s twelfth largest city. Hobart also serves as the home port […]

of August 1842 Hobart Town, the main settlement in Van Diemen’s Land, is proclaimed a city. Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania, Australia, and is the sec…

Historic Hobart, Tasmania 1840 - This plan is potentially a reasonably accurate depiction of what was known as the 'Port of Hobart Town'. The plan depicts the 'filling in of the new wharf', Merchant stores (numbered 1) and Crown interests at the time. The plan also clarifies the original position of the Commisariat Stores and Commisariat Office in and around the Dunne Street site of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

Historic Hobart, Tasmania 1840 - This plan is potentially a reasonably accurate depiction of what was known as the 'Port of Hobart Town'. The plan depicts the 'filling in of the new wharf', Merchant stores (numbered 1) and Crown interests at the time. The plan also clarifies the original position of the Commisariat Stores and Commisariat Office in and around the Dunne Street site of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

The Quay, Hobart Town, Tasmania 1873

The Quay, Hobart Town, Tasmania 1873

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