George Street in 1920. The ladies are in their hats, gloves and long sleeves - can you believe it's January in this photo? They were sunsmart even then. #sydney #cityofsydneyarchives #history #archives
Rain, Martin Place, Sydney, 1937 / by Sam Hood Format: Film photonegative Notes: This image is taken from the corner of the post office looking up Martin Place east towards Macquarie Street. Martin Place was closed to traffic in 1971 and is now a pedestrian mall.
Originally formed in the 1830s, Clyde Street, The Rocks, was one of several streets that ran down to the wharves. This spelled its end, however, as there was a need to construct 'a broad roadway' between the Darling Harbour and Circular Quay shipyards.
At rear of Gloucester-street, from Views taken during Cleansing Operations, Quarantine Area, Sydney, 1900, Vol. V / under the supervision of Mr George McCredie, F.I.A., N.S.W. photographed by John Degotardi Jr. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!