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Which of these is more the icon? When i lived in the Riverland,we replaced the new style of clothes line with the hills hoist, best clothes line ever, hav one now and dont intend on replacing it.

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Astor - Australian made refrigerators in the 1960s

Astor - Australian made refrigerators in the 1960s

The Royal Arcade, Sydney, ran from George Street near the markets, through to Pitt Street, near the School of Arts. Over 90 metres long, it was well lit, with a lofty celestory and gas lamps. There were 31 shops on the ground floor, 36 offices on the first floor and a photographic studio above them at the George Street end. Of Sydney’s five Victorian arcades, only the Strand survived twentieth century development, the Royal disappearing beneath the Hilton Hotel in the mid 1970s.

The Royal Arcade, Sydney, ran from George Street near the markets, through to Pitt Street, near the School of Arts. Over 90 metres long, it was well lit, with a lofty celestory and gas lamps. There were 31 shops on the ground floor, 36 offices on the first floor and a photographic studio above them at the George Street end. Of Sydney’s five Victorian arcades, only the Strand survived twentieth century development, the Royal disappearing beneath the Hilton Hotel in the mid 1970s.

Traffic jam on Hay St in 1930.Photo from State Archives of NSW.A♥W

Traffic jam on Hay St in 1930.Photo from State Archives of NSW.A♥W

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