Royal Arcade

Taken in Melbourne city malls Vic Australia. Processed in HDR Final adjustments in PS Melbourne City Malls HDR

Image detail for -ATOMIC Cafe: Australian Travel Posters

Quantas Empire Airways

Out of a great past, a greater future: Qantas Empire Airways, the big name in empire aviation created by Rhys Williams as a color lithograph at x cm. Travel poster for Qantas Empire Airways

Forum Theater, Melbourne Australia         Forum Theatre

I love this Gothic building. I went to see the last Divinyls concert here. It will forever hold treasured memories.

The original punt on the Yarra that gave Punt Road its name. Looking southeast to South Yarra, the rise of the road is unmistakable.

Melbourne & the Yarra RiverTwickenham Ferry, Twickenham Crescent, Burnley, close to where the Mac Robertson Bridge is now. Notice the cable across the river to grab and pull boats

View of Collins Street, West of Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 1960  Photographer: Judith Doig

View of Collins Street, West of Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 1960 Photographer: Judith Doig.

Tram Shelter, St Kilda Road. One of five remaining from a distinct group of timber shelters built between 1912 and 1927 in a style based on Edwardian domestic fashion

One of five remaining from a distinct group of timber shelters built between 1912 and 1927 in a style based on Edwardian domestic fashion

Typographic Stories of the City Streets: Design Observer St Kilda Junction 1962

Typographic Stories of the City Streets

Traffic accident and traffic jostling through the roundabout at St Kilda Junction, Melbourne. Good ol' RACV to the rescue (Picture from Scott Brodie, Coniston Designs)

Melbourne CBD and south bank of the Yarra, 1950s (?)

Aerial featuring St Paul's new spires in the early T & G Building is nearly completed as well.

Royal Arcade Photo: Angus O'Callaghan. Melbourne Australia 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.

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 .

Fashion Street

ANGUS O'CALLAGHAN (BORN Fashion Street archival print on rag paper signed 'Angus O'Callaghan' lower left editioned lower right 39 x Leonard Joel Auctions, Calender, Australian Auctioneers

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