On this day, November 11, in 1880, the notorious Irish-Australian outlaw Ned Kelly was hanged at Old Melbourne Gaol, after being convicted of murdering a police constable in 1878. Read more of his story here: http://bit.ly/1iZQFir
Site of the Stringybark Creek gunfight, taken by a photographer by the name of Burman a week after the police killings. Locals represent, from left, Ned Kelly, Thomas McIntyre and Michael Kennedy. Due to the number of times McIntyre would perjure himself up to, and including, Ned Kelly’s trial, the positions are very rough estimations.