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.
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…
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.
'Old and New' Parliament Houses on Adelaide's North Terrace. In 1889 the Assembly moved to the new building and the Council sat in the old Assembly Chamber until 1939, The old building served for a time as a Constitutional Museum for South Australia, but is now occupied as Parliamentary offices.
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