Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia, c1886.    Photographer: Unknown

Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia, c1886. Photographer: Unknown

Vintage Adelaide. Before the street was closed and became Rundle Mall

Vintage Adelaide. Before the street was closed and became Rundle Mall

Light's Statue in its first home- Victoria Square. The statue of Adelaide's founder Col. William Light was unveiled in 1906. It stood at the GPO end of the Square in the middle of King William Street for three decades.

Light's Statue in its first home- Victoria Square. The statue of Adelaide's founder Col. William Light was unveiled in 1906. It stood at the GPO end of the Square in the middle of King William Street for three decades.

Main Street, McLaren Vale, S. Aust., 1910 - looking south west from Aldersey/Field St.

Main Street, McLaren Vale, S. Aust., 1910 - looking south west from Aldersey/Field St.

1899 Map of Onkaparinga, Fox Creek's council region

1899 Map of Onkaparinga, Fox Creek's council region

Adelaide in 1839, looking south-east from North Terrace

Adelaide in 1839, looking south-east from North Terrace


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Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, ca1863    B B9875    Adelaide Railway Station before the second storey was added.    Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia

Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, ca1863 B B9875 Adelaide Railway Station before the second storey was added. Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia

King William Street, 1890    B 171    King William Street, Adelaide, west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown.

King William Street, 1890 B 171 King William Street, Adelaide, west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown.

North Tce, Adelaide, South Australia, 1939  Within days of the declaration of war, air-raid shelters like this one were dug in the city and suburban parks

North Tce, Adelaide, South Australia, 1939 Within days of the declaration of war, air-raid shelters like this one were dug in the city and suburban parks

Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, ca1878    B 9193    Photographer: Samuel White Sweet.    The first station was built in 1856 and in 1878 a nicely detailed second storey was added to the original station entailing alterations to the original portico. In 1925 the entire station was demolished as it was too small to house all the Railway administrative staff who were scattered around the city.

Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, ca1878 B 9193 Photographer: Samuel White Sweet. The first station was built in 1856 and in 1878 a nicely detailed second storey was added to the original station entailing alterations to the original portico. In 1925 the entire station was demolished as it was too small to house all the Railway administrative staff who were scattered around the city.

Vintage postcard of 'Adelaide city of churches' by Pati1976 on Flickr • St Peters Cathedral Adelaide • Pati1976 's brief story accompanying this postcard on the history of South Australia is worth reading • Adelaide's churches • Adelaide is known as the 'city of churches' • the beautiful churches are another reason 'we love Adelaide'

Vintage postcard of 'Adelaide city of churches' by Pati1976 on Flickr • St Peters Cathedral Adelaide • Pati1976 's brief story accompanying this postcard on the history of South Australia is worth reading • Adelaide's churches • Adelaide is known as the 'city of churches' • the beautiful churches are another reason 'we love Adelaide'

Beehive Corner, Cnr King William & Rundle Streets, 1866    B 2098    Photographer: Francis Gabriel    Summary Corner of Rundle Street and King William Street, Adelaide. A three horse team and laden waggon is standing outside J.A. Holden, Saddlers. [This business is the forerunner to General Motors Holden.] In the centre of the view, a man on a scaffold is engaged in building work. On the ground floor of the Bee Hive corner is I. Simmons & Co., Clothiers. Opposite, on the right, is Waterhouse…

Beehive Corner, Cnr King William & Rundle Streets, 1866 B 2098 Photographer: Francis Gabriel Summary Corner of Rundle Street and King William Street, Adelaide. A three horse team and laden waggon is standing outside J.A. Holden, Saddlers. [This business is the forerunner to General Motors Holden.] In the centre of the view, a man on a scaffold is engaged in building work. On the ground floor of the Bee Hive corner is I. Simmons & Co., Clothiers. Opposite, on the right, is Waterhouse…

King William Street (viewing north), Adelaide, c1880 - General Post Office, with its clock tower, is on the left, Town Hall on the right King William Street is a major arterial road that traverses the City of Adelaide from north to south. It is named after King William IV, the monarch at the time of South Australia's proclamation. King William Street is 132 feet wide, widest in Australian.

King William Street (viewing north), Adelaide, c1880 - General Post Office, with its clock tower, is on the left, Town Hall on the right King William Street is a major arterial road that traverses the City of Adelaide from north to south. It is named after King William IV, the monarch at the time of South Australia's proclamation. King William Street is 132 feet wide, widest in Australian.

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