Aerial shots of Circular Quay 1920s > 1962 > c2013 [1920s: Taken from the book "A Pictorial History Old Sydney Way Back When" by Ian Collis 1962: National Library of Australia 2013: industry.nsw.gov.au By Curt Flood]

Aerial shots of Circular Quay, Sydney 2013 Taken from the book "A Pictorial History Old Sydney Way Back When" by Ian Collis National Library of Australia industry.au By Curt Flood]

HMS Wolverine at anchor, seen from Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney Harbour, ca. 1881-87. The fourth Royal Navy ship to bear the name Wolverine, this wooden-screw corvette was launched in 1863 and sailed to Australia in 1881, where it was flagship for Commodore John C. Wilson's Australia Station. It was later decommissioned and converted to a mercantile barque.

HMS Wolverine at anchor, seen from Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney Harbour, ca. The fourth Royal Navy ship to bear the name Wolverine, this wooden-screw corvette was launched in 1863 and sailed to Australia in 1881

Hunt Street, during the plague in Sydney 1900

Bubonic Plague in Sydney Nos., Hunt-street from Views taken during Cleansing Operations, Quarantine Area, Sydney,NSW Australia 1900

Dawes Point Battery. Built in 1789, demolished in 1925 to make way for the Harbour Bridge. One of the greatest concerns was the safety of the colony of NSW was water supply, the other was military security. Governor Phillip established a fort on Dawes Point and redeployed 12 cannons from the ship Sirius to arm the fort which looked over the colony and the harbour. Photo source: Daily Telegraph

Dawes Point Battery. Built in 1789, demolished in 1925 to make way for the Harbour Bridge. One of the greatest concerns was the safety of the colony of NSW was water supply, the other was military security. Governor Phillip established a fort on Dawes Point and redeployed 12 cannons from the ship Sirius to arm the fort which looked over the colony and the harbour. Photo source: Daily Telegraph

1.Bettington St leading from Argyle St to Millman St (formerly Crown Rd). Palisade Hotel (left) and White Star Hotel. This is the real Millers point. . | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Bettington St leading from Argyle St to Millman St (formerly Crown Rd). Palisade Hotel (left) and White Star Hotel corner of Bettington and Merriman Streets.

Captain Cook Hotel, The Rocks by State Records Captain Cook Hotel Miller's Point Sydney NSW Australia The clientele once included small-time and big -time crooks.

Cook Hotel, cnr Kent St and Millers St, Millers Point. Boyce, bootmaker and storekeeper next door.

The Palisade Hotel at the Rocks in Sydney (year unknown). Australian National University.

The Palisade at 35 Bettington St,Millers Point,Sydney (year unknown).The original hotel was built around 1880 beside the palisade (defensive stake) fence that ran through the street.The second Palisade was built by the Sydney Harbour Trust in

Looking across to Martin Place and the GPO from George Street c1905 and 2016 [1905-State Library NSW>2016-Allan Hawley. By Allan Hawley]

Looking across to Martin Place and the GPO from George Street and 2016 Library Hawley. By Allan Hawley]

Aerial photo over Circular Quay,Sydney in 1924.

Aerial photo over Circular Quay,Sydney in 1924.

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