Town Hall Corner, Swanston Street/Collins Street. #vintage #townhall #swanston #collins #streets #oldphoto #history #melbourne #australia

The wonderful Australian Building, cnr Elizabeth St and Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - possibly the tallest in the world for a short time in 1889

Now defunct Princes Bridge Station and Flinders Street Station Melbourne Victoria Australia 1954

Now defunct Princes Bridge Station and Flinders Street Station Melbourne Victoria Australia Lit up for Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Tour of Australia (Crown on top of station)

Olympic Games, Melbourne, 1956. 19 year old Australian track athlete Ron Clarke, who set 17 world records during his running career, lights the Olympic flame at the opening ceremony of the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. Photographer: J. Fitzpatrick. NAA: A7135, 05/23A

Olympic Games, Melbourne, 19 year old Australian track athlete Ron Clarke, who set 17 world records during his running career, lights the Olympic flame at the opening ceremony of the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.

Installing the clock at Flinders Street station, 1910

Workmen haul one of the clock’s four dials into position atop the tower of Flinders Street station, Melbourne in

:Ludwig Becker - Melbourne from across the Yarra, 1854. tempera & watercolour on gesso on cardboard.

:Ludwig Becker - Melbourne from across the Yarra, tempera & watercolour on gesso on cardboard.

Sandridge (Port Melbourne) Pier in 1858.

Aerial view of Railway Pier, Sandridge,Victoria in known as Princess Pier in Port Melbourne.

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