Here is the story of Brisbane’s Central Railway Station: A key meeting point in the city for over 120 years, the first station, a structure made of wood and corrugated galvanised iron, was replaced by an elegant and far grander new station completed in 1901. After 1915, a common Brisbane saying was “Meet you under the clocks”, which fronted Ann Street, and indicated what time, and destination, would be the next departures. #hereisourstory (Image courtesy of Queensland Rail Historic…

Here is the story of Brisbane’s Central Railway Station: A key meeting point in the city for over 120 years, the first station, a structure made of wood and corrugated galvanised iron, was replaced by an elegant and far grander new station completed in 1901. After 1915, a common Brisbane saying was “Meet you under the clocks”, which fronted Ann Street, and indicated what time, and destination, would be the next departures. #hereisourstory (Image courtesy of Queensland Rail Historic…

Queen in Brisbane | 6 March 1963: Queen Elizabeth II holding the parasol minutes after stepping shore from the Britannia onto Newstead Wharf. The Queen inspected her guard of honour from 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

Queen in Brisbane | 6 March 1963: Queen Elizabeth II holding the parasol minutes after stepping shore from the Britannia onto Newstead Wharf. The Queen inspected her guard of honour from 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

Vintage Reproduction Poster Print - Cover from The Queenslander Annual 1938 - Brisbane Past and Present | State Library of Queensland Shop

Vintage Reproduction Poster Print - Cover from The Queenslander Annual 1938 - Brisbane Past and Present | State Library of Queensland Shop

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