Painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge (year unknown). But it was before Workplace Health and Safety became the force that it now is.

"Man painting Sydney Harbour Bridge in Without safety gear." by dejacoup in OldSchoolCool

Shopping at Seven Hills in western Sydney in the 1900. Photo shared by Elders Real Estate. v@e

Beaufoy Merlin Short Street, Hill End 1872 Wet plate glass negative, on 18504 . Hill End in 1872 was a gold town at its peak. According to the Empire 7 June “The streets were thronged by a motley crowd.

Arthur Stace wrote eternity in chalk on Sydney pavements at least 50 times a day for 30 years!

Sydney’s (Australia) ‘Mr Eternity’ Arthur Stace, would write 'Eternity' all over the place. A remember his Eternity well - always so beautifully written

Balnagowan, Colac, was built on the shores of Lake Colac in 1892 for grazier Alexander Fraser Ross, who named it after a Scottish castle of the Ross Clan. An impressive homestead with Queen Anne and Elizabethan elements, it served as a gentleman’s country residence. Mr Ross brought guests by train from Melbourne to his grand house for holidays and parties, particularly in the warmer weather. After a few ownership changes, Balnagowan became a private hospital from 1952-64 and then a reception…

Balnagowan, Colac, was built on the shores of Lake Colac in 1892 for grazier…

Australian Museum on College Street and Hyde Park in the years between 1867-80.By photographer J. Degotardi.Taken from St.Mary's Cathedral.The building in the background in Liverpool St was known as Lyons Terrace,built 1840,the first three storied flats in Sydney. State Library of NSW.

img/gallery/NSW/Sydney as it circa View of College Street and Hyde Park.

Ingleby Homestead, Birregurra (130km SW of Melbourne), stands on land that was first settled by Thomas Armytage, one of the earliest pastoralists to follow settlers Batman and Fawkner into the Port Phillip District in 1836. After shipping stock across Bass Strait, Armytage discovered excellent pastoral land on the upper reaches of the Barwon River and took up a run there which he named Ingleby. He died of typhoid in 1842 and Ingleby passed into the hands of his brother George. George…

Ingleby Homestead, Birregurra (130km SW of Melbourne), stands on land that was first settled by Thomas Armytage, one of the earliest pastoralists to follow settlers Batman and Fawkner into the Port Phillip District in 1836. After shipping stock across Bass Strait, Armytage discovered excellent pastoral land on the upper reaches of the Barwon River and took up a run there which he named Ingleby. He died of typhoid in 1842 and Ingleby passed into the hands of his brother George. George…

Junction Lodge, Carisbrook (Central Victoria, 163km NW of Melbourne), is a complex of homestead buildings constructed in locally quarried bluestone in 1873 for goldmining entrepreneur and pastoralist Henry Chalk. Parts of the homestead and outbuildings date back to 1853 as well as the nearby remnants of Chalk’s No. 1 gold mine that helped make him rich. Unfortunately, Chalk didn’t have long to enjoy his new home as he died the year after its construction, in 1874. The symmetrical…

Junction Lodge, Carisbrook (Central Victoria, 163km NW of Melbourne), is a complex of homestead buildings constructed in locally quarried bluestone in 1873 for goldmining entrepreneur and pastoralist Henry Chalk. Parts of the homestead and outbuildings date back to 1853 as well as the nearby remnants of Chalk’s No. 1 gold mine that helped make him rich. Unfortunately, Chalk didn’t have long to enjoy his new home as he died the year after its construction, in 1874. The symmetrical…

The story of Truganini: one of the last full blooded Aboriginal Tasmanians (Palawa)

Four elderly full-blood Tasmanian Aborigines c. Truganini, for many years claimed to be the last full-blood Aboriginal to survive, is seated at far right.

1937 centenary. Gray St Hamilton Victoria Australia.

1937 centenary. Gray St Hamilton Victoria Australia.

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