1900c.-TAHO-PH30-1-722-Hobart-Rivulet

1900c.-TAHO-PH30-1-722-Hobart-Rivulet

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

THE imminent closure of Hobart’s Harris Scarfe store has forced the shedding of some staff.

THE imminent closure of Hobart’s Harris Scarfe store has forced the shedding of some staff.

Battery Point 1827

The walk begins at Cottage Green, where the Reverend Robert Knopwood was granted 30 acres of land which encompassed most of the area between today’s Salamanca Place and Hampden Road in

Battery Point 1827

The walk begins at Cottage Green, where the Reverend Robert Knopwood was granted 30 acres of land which encompassed most of the area between today’s Salamanca Place and Hampden Road in

1819-SLNSW-South-west-view-of-Hobart-Town-1819-George-William-Evans-DG-V6-1-a1528621-detail

George Evans lithograph of Hobart Town 1819 shows how little progress had been made in terms of new buildings and street construction 15 years after settlement

Montpelier Retreat leading from Salamanca Place 1946

The walk begins at Cottage Green, where the Reverend Robert Knopwood was granted 30 acres of land which encompassed most of the area between today’s Salamanca Place and Hampden Road in

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart

Tasmanian Electoral Commission - Historical images of Public Buildings in Hobart


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