Point Gellibrand Lightship and Pile Light, Williamstown, Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. (Lit for almost 120 yrs until hit by a ship in fog)

So sad. Point Gellibrand Lightship and Pile Light, Williamstown, Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. (Lit for almost 120 yrs until hit by a ship in fog)

The West Gate Bridge Collapse - At 11:50 am on 15 October 1970, a 367-ft (112 m) span of the West Gate Bridge collapsed during construction. http://anengineersaspect.blogspot.com/2009/10/west-gate-bridge-collapse-on-its-39th.html#

The West Gate Bridge Collapse - At am on 15 October a m) span of the West Gate Bridge collapsed during construction.

Workers laying the Williamstown line, Footscray, 1928. #history #melbourne

Negative - Men Laying the Williamstown Railway Line, Footscray, Victoria, 1928

Man on Bicycle Waiting for the Williamstown Ferry to Cross, Port Melbourne, 1968  Photographer: Russell Beedles

Man on Bicycle Waiting for the Williamstown Ferry to Cross, Port Melbourne, 1968 Photographer: Russell Beedles (My Pa took me across on this ferry many time when I was young)

Her Majesty's Victorian Ship Cerberus, built in 1868, photographed at Alfred Dock, Williamstown in 1879

Her Majesty's Victorian Ship Cerberus, built in photographed at Alfred Dock, Williamstown in 1879 - Before Federation in the separate colonies in Australia maintained their own armed forces.

Workers excavating under the Williamstown railway line, Footscray, 1928. #history #melbourne

Workers excavating under the Williamstown railway line, Footscray,

Today in Australian History   Friday, March 3, 1854.     Australia's first telegraph line is opened.    Australia's first telegraph line, sponsored by the Victorian Government, was erected between Melbourne and Williamstown, a distance of 17 km. - For more info ... Click on Photo

View topic - 3 March - First Telegraph in Australia

Maritime:. Ships at Gem Pier Williamstown

Ships at Gem Pier Williamstown


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