This is why our definition of "beauty" now is so ridiculous ,Magazine from the 1950s

Magazine from the 1950s

Magazine from the Beauty the way it should be. -- funny how much society's perception of beauty has changed. We would never EVER see ads like this in magazines today.

Gas & Fuel Towers, Princes Bridge Rail Station Melbourne 1980s Victoria Australia. Demolished and the site of Federation Square

HISTORY: Gas Fuel Towers, Princes Bridge Rail Station, in the demolished and now the site of Federation Square

When Southbank was just South Melbourne - SkyscraperCity

When Southbank was just South Melbourne City Images, Architecture & Historic themes

Nepean Highway - South Road before Duplication

Nepean Highway - South Road before Duplication

Aerial view of Melbourne, 1920s - This 1920s aerial views, shows the network of transport routes into the busy metropolis. Princes bridge, Flinders Street, railway lines and yards as well as the ships at Queens Dock.

Aerial view of Melbourne, - This aerial views, shows the network of transport routes into the busy metropolis. Princes bridge, Flinders Street, railway lines and yards as well as the ships at Queens Dock.

Southbank Pictures prior to development

Southbank Pictures prior to development : Melbourne Photos - Page 7

St Moritz Ice Rink, St Kilda. © City of Port Phillip

St Moritz Ice Rink, St Kilda. © City of Port Phillip

In 1935, young mothers were encouraged to leave their children in the care of railway staff (Flinders Street) while they shopped in the city. Many took advantage of this early form of crèche. A wire cage on the roof of Flinders Street was used for play activity; under supervision, children could watch the trains.

In 1935, young mothers were encouraged to leave their children in the care of railway staff (Flinders Street) while they shopped in the city. Many took advantage of this early form of crèche. A wire cage on the roof of Flinders Street was used for play activity; under supervision, children could watch the trains.

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