1928 Australian Sixpence - Australia's currency was based on the British system of Pounds, Shillings & Pence until 14th Feb 1963 when the change to decimal currency and Dollars & Cents were introduced.

1928 Australian Sixpence - Australia's currency was based on the British system of Pounds, Shillings & Pence until 14th Feb 1963 when the change to decimal currency and Dollars & Cents were introduced.

Victoria, Australia 1960s: Check out the clothes! A time tunnel. 1960: Crowds celebrate Moomba in Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

Victoria, Australia 1960s: Check out the clothes! A time tunnel. 1960: Crowds celebrate Moomba in Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

Westfield Doncaster-Melbourne 1970's. It was just 'up the hill' from us - Box Hill North.

Westfield Doncaster-Melbourne 1970's. It was just 'up the hill' from us - Box Hill North.

Looking across river to Flinders Street Station, c. 1922. Photographer: Robert Gibson. A beautiful photo. Catalogue record states: Looks north to Flinders Street Station, down Aikman Street, from City Road, South Melbourne. The Alexandra Mansions and the Playhouse Theatre can be seen on the left hand side of the street. Aikman Street is now part of Southgate Avenue. State Library of Victoria Image H42558/6.

Looking across river to Flinders Street Station, c. 1922. Photographer: Robert Gibson. A beautiful photo. Catalogue record states: Looks north to Flinders Street Station, down Aikman Street, from City Road, South Melbourne. The Alexandra Mansions and the Playhouse Theatre can be seen on the left hand side of the street. Aikman Street is now part of Southgate Avenue. State Library of Victoria Image H42558/6.

This 1870s view has us looking towards the Princes Bridge and the intersection of Flinders and Swanston streets. The Prince's Bridge Hotel (Young & Jackson) is still easily recognizable today. On the opposite corner on the south side is the Fish Market building, and the Melbourne Morgue (today's Federation Square). The morgue was located here between 1871 and 1883.

This 1870s view has us looking towards the Princes Bridge and the intersection of Flinders and Swanston streets. The Prince's Bridge Hotel (Young & Jackson) is still easily recognizable today. On the opposite corner on the south side is the Fish Market building, and the Melbourne Morgue (today's Federation Square). The morgue was located here between 1871 and 1883.

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