The red rattler tram to Glenelg in Adelaide, South Australia // Backpacking 2009
Adelaide South Australia - Vintage photo of King William Street - A number of these buildings are still there today
Saviours in the sky – the Flying Doctor Service Outback Australia 1953 Where the term " In Like Flynn" came from.
Adelaide is the capital of the State of South Australia in Australia . Adelaide is a coastal town on the Saint-Vincent-golf and was the first governor of the state, John Hindmarsh 1836 to the British Queen Adelaide named. Adelaide was […]
Port Adelaide 1886 SLSA B 12 Dock - south side, at Port Adelaide. In the foreground is the "Northern Belle". Vessel with painted ports is the "Myrtle Holme" and ahead of her is the "Kebroyd".
This is a beautiful example of John Tallis and John Rapkin's 1851 map of South Australia, Australia. Centered on the Spencer Gulf, it covers the southeastern part of the state of South Australia from Lake Torrens to Kangaroo Island and Bonny Wells. This map depicts the area during the early years of settlement in the only state to be settled by free settlers. The map includes beautiful illustration by H. Warren depicting Adelaide, natives of Catamaran, a Nymphicus, and an Australian dog…