Sydney Ferry Network - SkyscraperCity, Regularly travelled between circular Quay and Parramatta City. v@e

Sydney Ferry Network - SkyscraperCity, Regularly travelled between circular Quay and Parramatta City. v@e

February 25, 1961 – The last public trams in Sydney, Australia, cease operation, bringing to an end the Southern Hemisphere's largest tramway network.

February 25, 1961 – The last public trams in Sydney, Australia, cease operation, bringing to an end the Southern Hemisphere's largest tramway network.

St Anne's Church and graveyard, Ryde, NSW - erected 1826

Botany Bay,St Anne,North Shore,Graveyards,Ancestry,Genealogy,Sydney,Death,Children

Man's town: Sydney in the 1880s was a town of pubs, oyster saloons and chophouses, with not much on offer for women. This changed with the opening of the refined tearooms owned by eccentric Chinese immigrant Quong Tart, which allowed women of all classes like these suffragettes in 1892 to meet and congregate

From the goldfields to society: amazing photos of 19th century Sydney

Man's town: Sydney in the 1880s was a town of pubs, oyster saloons and chophouses, with not much on offer for women. This changed with the opening of the refined tearooms owned by eccentric Chinese immigrant Quong Tart, which allowed women of all classes like these suffragettes in 1892 to meet and congregate

View of the public picnic ground on the river bank at Audley, Royal National Park (NSW) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

View of the public picnic ground on the river bank at Audley, Royal National Park (NSW) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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