Vintage Melbourne in Black & White - SkyscraperCity Swanston Street.

Vintage Melbourne Swanston Street/intersected by Collins Street. Across Collins Street behind the tree are the windows of the Accountants office I worked in

The blue Harris trains were full of asbestos, so only a few examples still exist today.

The blue Harris trains were full of asbestos, so only a few examples still exist today.

April 1977:  Melbourne resident Elizabeth Thompson stands with her two children, Paul and Jane, in their house in Thompson St, Kensington. The house was described by the Tenants' Union as one of the worst ever seen. - Melbourne's slums | City's slum heritage | Photo Galleries and News Photos | News Pictures and Photos | Herald Sun

April Melbourne resident Elizabeth Thompson stands with her two children, Paul and Jane, in their house in Thompson St, Kensington. The house was described by the Tenants' Union as one of the worst ever seen.

Cable tram terminus, Moreland Road, Brunswick, circa 1900. Photographer Gabriel Knight from State Library Victoria collection.

Cable tram terminus at Moreland Road (cr Sydney Road) Brunswick, c. State Library of Victoria Image

Vintage Melbourne in Black  White - SkyscraperCity

Melbourne's Metropolitan (Corporation) Markets which was demolished in In the novel, Sam and Flea chase Curly through these markets at night.


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