Breakfast Creek Hotel - Albion, Queensland - a Brisbane icon

Breakfast Creek Hotel - Albion, Queensland - a Brisbane icon - immortalised in song by Midnight Oil and you can get a great feed there

Margaret Street, Brisbane c. 1871. Cute little cottage - Margaret Street is in the middle of the Brisbane CBD, all high rise now and this relic long gone

Margaret Street, Brisbane c. Cute little cottage - Margaret Street is in the middle of the Brisbane CBD, all high rise now and this relic long gone

Official opening of City Hall, Brisbane, Queensland, 1930 - Official opening of Brisbane City Hall, 8 April 1930. The front of the hall is decorated with flags and banners. The photograph taken from the Ann Street side of hall.

Official opening of City Hall, Brisbane, Queensland, 1930 - Official opening of Brisbane City Hall, 8 April The front of the hall is decorated with flags and banners. The photograph taken from the Ann Street side of hall.

Royal Australian Air Force (R.A.A.F.) Mosquito bombers over Brisbane, Australia, ca. 1945

De Havilland Mosquito bombers over Brisbane’s city centre. The building on the left is the Colonial Mutual Life Building on Queen Stre.

Military tanks crossing the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane, ca. 1941 - Military vehicles crossing the William Jolly Bridge in Brisbane, with views to the suburb of South Brisbane.

Military tanks crossing the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane, ca. 1941 - Military vehicles crossing the William Jolly Bridge in Brisbane, with views to the suburb of South Brisbane.

Queen Street, Brisbane, 1800s.

Queen Street in the heart of Brisbane, ca.

Destruction after the Great Fire of Brisbane. 1st December 1864.

1 December 1864 a boy knocked a kerosene lamp off a shelf in the cellar of a drapery store at the intersection of Queen and Albert Streets,Brisbane.The aftermath an entire block was destroyed inxluding 50 banks and 3 hotels.

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