Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. Originally constructed in 1869.

Royal Arcade Is A Heritage Shopping Arcade In The Central Business District Of Melbourne, Victoria. Originally Constructed In

The original punt on the Yarra that gave Punt Road its name. Looking southeast to South Yarra, the rise of the road is unmistakable.

Melbourne & the Yarra RiverTwickenham Ferry, Twickenham Crescent, Burnley, close to where the Mac Robertson Bridge is now. This service was between Burnley and Toorak. Notice the cable across the river to grab and pull boats

Russell Street looking north toward Police Headquarters 1960s. Melbourne, Australia.

HISTORY: Mid-century Melbourne: Russell Street, looking north toward Police Headquarters,

Kew Post Office, corner High Street and Cotham Road, c. 1890. Preserved today as QPO Bar and Restaurant

Kew Post Office, corner High Street and Cotham Road, c. Preserved today as QPO Bar and Restaurant. I used to live at almost this vantage point, about a shop in a little over 100 years later

'Dinny' O'Brien the North Carlton 'bottle-oh'.   The bottle-oh was also a favourite with children who ran out for halfpenny a bottle.

'Dinny' O'Brien the North Carlton 'bottle-oh'. The bottle-oh was also a favourite with children who ran out for halfpenny a bottle.

First Cobb and Co On this day …….. 30th of January 1854 On this day in 1854, Cobb & Co’s horse drawn coaches made their first run, departing Melbourne for the Forest Creek diggings (now Castlemaine) and Bendigo. The network of routes was quickly expanded to deal with increased demand in the growing colony of Victoria. Initially a passenger […]

of January 1854 On this day in Cobb & Co’s horse drawn coaches made their first run, departing Melbourne for the Forest Creek diggings (now Castlem…

WW1: Australian troops matching through Melbourne, October 1914.

Australian troops matching through Melbourne,Victoria in October

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