Melbourne

Melbourne remains one of the top Australian cities for expats to migrate over, ranking in at 15 in world's most expensive cities to live in.

Mark Strizic Swan Street Richmond 1963 (at Church Street. Melbourne, Australia)

Swan Street, Richmond at Church Street 1 gelatin silver print, x cm. Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection donated by the Bowness Family through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

The beautiful Melbourne Fish Market, located on the Yarra River side of Flinders Street, between King and Spencer Streets. Long gone.

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in

Street scene, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne 1900s | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Original image from The State Library of Victoria. This Image has been restored by Foto Supplies, Albury, NSW, Australia

Collins Street from Elizabeth Street, Melbourne 1916 (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Collins St Melbourne, looking west from Elizabeth St, circa 1916 (via State Library of Victoria)

Collins Street from Elizabeth Street, Melbourne 1916 (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Collins St Melbourne, looking west from Elizabeth St, circa 1916 (via State Library of Victoria)

Old Footscray Town Hall- J.T. Collins & I Tour Footscray : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Old Footscray Town Hall- J. Collins & I Tour Footscray : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Old Footscray Town Hall- J.T. Collins & I Tour Footscray : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Old Footscray Town Hall- J. Collins & I Tour Footscray : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Flinders Street Railway Station, Corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne circa 1915

Flinders Street Railway Station, corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne circa 1915

The entrance to the Windsor Hotel as it looked in 1888.

The Windsor Hotel then called the Grand Hotel was originally only half its size - this was at a later date after extensive enlargement

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