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Rock art, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Australia by Christopher Levy

July 1947: The mean streets of Richmond have come a long way, but parts still remain recognisable today.

ON THIS DAY – May 1909 RICHMOND The Coroner, Dr. Cole, resumed inquiry regarding the death of Margaret Gallagher, aged who was found on May 11 with her throat cut, and her skul…

John Dodgson  This mug shot comes from a police identification book believed to be  from the 1930s. It was originally found in a junk shop by a member of  the public and subsequently donated to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.  No information is available to confirm which police force compiled it  but evidence suggests it's from the Newcastle upon Tyne area.

This mug shot comes from a police identification book believed to be from the Subject: John Dodgson (by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums).

Tram in Bondi

The Bronte tram x The book" Bondi to the Opera House" Budd & Wilson(c)

The Valley of the Grose, ca. 1880 / photographer NSW Government Printer. From: Views on and near the Great Western Railway. http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=913813. From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au

The Valley of the Grose, ca. From: Views on and near the Great Western Railway.From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.

"Jenolan Caves, April 1903, photographed by Edward J. Cooke" State Library of New South Wales collection

"Jenolan Caves, April photographed by Edward J. Cooke" State Library of New South Wales collection

Sydney in the 1850s

This painting of Sydney, by W. Hatton, shows the harbour, with some of the ships that plied the trans-Tasman route.

As the settlers travelled over the Blue Mountains in search of GOLD and a new beginning. their journey was tough. This photo is pure 'GOLD' as it shows just how tough the journey was in an era long gone. This is a rarely seen photo of the original crossing of the Blue Mountains.

As the settlers travelled over the Blue Mountains in search of GOLD and a new beginning. their journey was tough. This photo is pure 'GOLD' as it shows just how tough the journey was in an era long gone. This is a rarely seen photo of the original crossing of the Blue Mountains.

Three boys and a bullock cart, Walhalla, Victoria, 1905-1920 Museum Victoria, Australia

Three boys and a bullock cart, Walhalla, Victoria, Museum Victoria, Australia

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