Parramatta Rd near Lidcombe,in western Sydney looking west in 1927.A♥W

Parramatta Rd near Lidcombe,in western Sydney looking west in 1927.A♥W

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Parramatta Cinema, c. 1920s, by Sam Hood

Format: Photograph Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.

The University of Sydney in 1870.The dirt track would become Parramatta Road.A♥W

The University of Sydney in 1870.The dirt track would become Parramatta Road.A♥W

Parramatta 1812. In an Aborigine language "the place where the eels lie down" Parramatta was the most fertile area near Sydney the earliest colony could find to grow much needed vegetables.

Parramatta 1812. In an Aborigine language "the place where the eels lie down" Parramatta was the most fertile area near Sydney the earliest colony could find to grow much needed vegetables.

School boys at Auburn Station (year unknown) I'm not that old I just love the photo.

School boys at Auburn Station (year unknown) I'm not that old I just love the photo.


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Church Street,Parramatta,in the western suburbs of Sydney in 1898.A♥W

Church Street,Parramatta,in the western suburbs of Sydney in 1898.A♥W

Sydney, Australia: Railway Square, ca. 1945, from Walkabout : NSW photographs (Kings Cross, Sydney buildings), 1945-1967 / by unknown photographer

Sydney, Australia: Railway Square, ca. 1945, from Walkabout : NSW photographs (Kings Cross, Sydney buildings), 1945-1967 / by unknown photographer

Beaufoy Merlin - Short Street, Hill End, 1872.  Hill End in 1872 was a gold town at its peak. According to the Empire 7 June 1872, “The streets were thronged by a motley crowd; the stores and places of business crowded with customers; the little theatre so densely packed by an admiring audience, that there was not what is facetiously called ‘standing room,’ and even the public-houses, whose name is legion, were crammed...

Beaufoy Merlin - Short Street, Hill End, 1872. Hill End in 1872 was a gold town at its peak. According to the Empire 7 June 1872, “The streets were thronged by a motley crowd; the stores and places of business crowded with customers; the little theatre so densely packed by an admiring audience, that there was not what is facetiously called ‘standing room,’ and even the public-houses, whose name is legion, were crammed...

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Church Street Parramatta c1890. History Parramatta NSW, Australia

Kings Cross, Sydney, early 1960's. Great shot. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Was there in the 60's

Kings Cross, Sydney, early 1960's. Great shot. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Was there in the 60's

The Old Burial Ground (now occupied by the Sydney Town Hall) was used between September 1792 and 1820, when it officially closed. Its replacement was the Sandhills Cemetery (Devonshire Street Cemetery), which later became the site of Central Railway Station. By the 1840s there were concerns about overcrowding and over the next twenty years a number of alternative locations were considered. In 1862 the government purchased 200 acres of land 'near Homebush on the Railway Line

The Old Burial Ground (now occupied by the Sydney Town Hall) was used between September 1792 and 1820, when it officially closed. Its replacement was the Sandhills Cemetery (Devonshire Street Cemetery), which later became the site of Central Railway Station. By the 1840s there were concerns about overcrowding and over the next twenty years a number of alternative locations were considered. In 1862 the government purchased 200 acres of land 'near Homebush on the Railway Line

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