Vintage Flinders St Rail Overpass Melbourne Victoria Australia

Vintage Flinders St Rail Overpass Melbourne Victoria Australia

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in 1959. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in 1959. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

Old Fish Market. Melbourne, Australia. by Mark Strizic 20th-century Croatian-Australian photographer and artist. Strizic and other post-war immigrant photographers Wolfgang Sievers, Henry Talbot, Richard Woldendorp, Bruno Benini, Margaret Michaelis, Dieter Muller, David Mist and Helmut Newton brought modernism to Australian photography

Old Fish Market. Melbourne, Australia. by Mark Strizic 20th-century Croatian-Australian photographer and artist. Strizic and other post-war immigrant photographers Wolfgang Sievers, Henry Talbot, Richard Woldendorp, Bruno Benini, Margaret Michaelis, Dieter Muller, David Mist and Helmut Newton brought modernism to Australian photography

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

Interior of New Markets Flinders St Melbourne | by State Library Victoria Collections

Interior of New Markets Flinders St Melbourne | by State Library Victoria Collections

Lost Melbourne! Here are the Melbourne Fish Market buildings, which were demolished as part of preparations for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics

Lost Melbourne! Here are the Melbourne Fish Market buildings, which were demolished as part of preparations for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics

Melbourne - old fish market.

Melbourne - old fish market.

Corner of Spencer and Flinders Streets,Melbourne (year unknown).

Corner of Spencer and Flinders Streets,Melbourne (year unknown).

The Melbourne Fish Market on Flinders Street,far western end in 1899.

The Melbourne Fish Market on Flinders Street,far western end in 1899.

Interior of Melbourne Fish Market

Interior of Melbourne Fish Market


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Looking east down Flinders Street, Melbourne, circa 1910 with old Fish Market (demolished 1956) on the right. Photograph from State Library Victoria.

Looking east down Flinders Street, Melbourne, circa 1910 with old Fish Market (demolished 1956) on the right. Photograph from State Library Victoria.

Western Melbourne, 1910s, showing Fish Market and Victorian Railways buildings.

Western Melbourne, 1910s, showing Fish Market and Victorian Railways buildings.

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in 1959. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

The Melbourne Corporation Markets also known as The Fish Market was located at the south-east corner of Flinders and Spencer Streets. Built in 1890 and demolished in 1959. http://www.walkingmelbourne.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=401

Beside the Yarra: Melbourne's Wonderful Demolished Buildings (and the Junk That Replaced Them)

Beside the Yarra: Melbourne's Wonderful Demolished Buildings (and the Junk That Replaced Them)

Melbourne  - old fish  market.

Melbourne - old fish market.

Next to the old Flinders Street Station (left of pic) on the south-west corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets stood the Old Fish Market, later housing Hanton's Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market and Bicycle Stables. Demolished in 1900 to make way for the new Flinders Street Station. (nice ad for Fry's chocolates on building)

Next to the old Flinders Street Station (left of pic) on the south-west corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets stood the Old Fish Market, later housing Hanton's Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market and Bicycle Stables. Demolished in 1900 to make way for the new Flinders Street Station. (nice ad for Fry's chocolates on building)

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