Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, ca. 1859. State Library of Queensland. Negative number: 8298

Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, ca. 1859. State Library of Queensland. Negative number: 8298

Old Queenslanders in Brisbane were built from the mid 1800's. In Brisbane today they are mainly concentraded to inner city suburbs. East Brisbane,...

Old Queenslanders in Brisbane were built from the mid 1800's. In Brisbane today they are mainly concentraded to inner city suburbs. East Brisbane,...

Brisbane / Australia.   View along Adelaide Street from George Street with the buildings decorated for the Royal Visit, 1954.

Brisbane / Australia. View along Adelaide Street from George Street with the buildings decorated for the Royal Visit, 1954.

Brisbane in the,1800s

Brisbane in the,1800s


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Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Photograph taken from the corner of Edward Street and Queen Street, looking south. The large building visible at the top of the rise on the right was originally the convict barracks, constructed in 1827 - 1828 and demolished in 1881. In the far distance, on the corner of George Street, is Dr Hugh Bell's residence, erected in 1857, and demolished in 1906. The two-storey buildings in the foreground were the North Brisbane Hotel on the left and R. A. Kingsford's store on the right. Most of the…

Photograph taken from the corner of Edward Street and Queen Street, looking south. The large building visible at the top of the rise on the right was originally the convict barracks, constructed in 1827 - 1828 and demolished in 1881. In the far distance, on the corner of George Street, is Dr Hugh Bell's residence, erected in 1857, and demolished in 1906. The two-storey buildings in the foreground were the North Brisbane Hotel on the left and R. A. Kingsford's store on the right. Most of the…

Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland, ca. 1864 - People, horses and carriages on unsealed Queen Street around 1864. Timber, stone and brick shops and buildings line either side of the street.

Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland, ca. 1864 - People, horses and carriages on unsealed Queen Street around 1864. Timber, stone and brick shops and buildings line either side of the street.

Sitting on the verandah in Woolloongabba, Brisbane, ca. 1905 - Shingle roofed house, possibly belonged to T. Ware in Heaslop Street, Woolloongabba.

Sitting on the verandah in Woolloongabba, Brisbane, ca. 1905 - Shingle roofed house, possibly belonged to T. Ware in Heaslop Street, Woolloongabba.

Picture of / about 'Brisbane' Queensland - Electric trams travelling along Queen Street from the Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, 1939

Picture of / about 'Brisbane' Queensland - Electric trams travelling along Queen Street from the Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, 1939

Ferris wheel at the Ekka, Brisbane, ca. 1918 by State Library of Queensland, Australia. #Ekka #Queensland #Brisbane

Ferris wheel at the Ekka, Brisbane, ca. 1918 by State Library of Queensland, Australia. #Ekka #Queensland #Brisbane

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