Bourke Street, Melbourne © Natasha Calhoun via Beautifully, Suddenly

Bourke Street, Melbourne © Natasha Calhoun via Beautifully, Suddenly - with Pellegrini's cafe, first espresso bar in Melbourne, and still going strong

Majorca Building built 1928 – 1929. 258-260 Flinders Lane, corner Degraves Street. Spanish style Art-Deco building with complex mosaic tile work. Built in the Interwar period in the Neo-Gothic style, by Harry Norris, who also designed the Nicholas Building and Mitchell House.

The Majorca Building is a neo-Romanesque eight-storey building in Melbourne, designed and constructed between Located at Flinders Lane, it was designed by Harry Norris, one of the most prolific architects in the city during the and

Manchester Unity Building - Melbourne, Australia

this building demonstrates strong unity. all the sharp lines and points work together to create a powerful mood when viewing this building

Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, Australia

Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton is a World Heritage Site-listed building in Melbourne, Australia, completed in

Drewery Lane is another Melbourne alleyway which runs between Lonsdale and LaTrobe Streets, close to Swanston Street

Drewery Lane is another of Melbourne's famous alleyways, running between Lonsdale and LaTrobe Streets, close to Swanston Street

Fashions at the Melbourne Cup - 1940s

HISTORY: Fashions-on-the-Field at the Melbourne Cup, (photo courtesy of the Herald Sun Image Library)

1951: People relax on the lawns outside the State Library of Victoria.

IT IS difficult to imagine today, but only a few decades ago a suburban-style motor accessories store stood at one of the Melbourne CBD’s prime locations.

Exploring Melbourne’s Laneways: A DIY Street Art Walking Tour

Exploring Melbourne's Laneways: A DIY Street Art Walking Tour

Exploring Melbourne's Laneways: A DIY Street Art Walking Tour - Hummingbird Away

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