Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, 1900 - View taken from an elevated vantage point, looking northwest across North Terrace to the Adelaide Railway Station. A number of Hansom cabs are waiting outside the main entrance and the clock is showing quarter past twelve. The rail yards and Torrens Lake can be seen in the distance.
This is one of Bee Hive corner back also in 1880 where Rundle Mall would meet with King William Street today. No dome with a bee on it here. It's actually the name of a drapery shop. The current Beehive building would be built just five years later.