Trades Hall, George Street, Brisbane, ca early1950s - you can see the statue that was once on the left side (as shown in the other photo I have pinned, dated 1928), has been moved to its present location of Anzac Square
Official opening of City Hall, Brisbane, Queensland, 1930 - Official opening of Brisbane City Hall, 8 April 1930. The front of the hall is decorated with flags and banners. The photograph taken from the Ann Street side of hall.
Queen Street, during an air raid test alarm, Brisbane, 1942 ...Brisbane could never claim to be a metropolis. One of the biggest problems for out-of-towners, including Australians from other States, was actually finding the city centre... John Oxley Library, State Library of QLD Neg: 99716
Waterford business (August Rick's Saddlery) featured in this 1901 photograph taken on Nerang Street. In his youth, the business owner used to carry the mail on horseback from Logan Village to Greenbank.
The 'Maid of Sker' played an important part in the early development of Nerang.
Early view of Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland, ca. 1864 - People, horses and carriages on unsealed Queen Street around 1864. Timber, stone and brick shops and buildings line either side of the street.
Photograph taken from the corner of Edward Street and Queen Street, looking south. The large building visible at the top of the rise on the right was originally the convict barracks, constructed in 1827 - 1828 and demolished in 1881. In the far distance, on the corner of George Street, is Dr Hugh Bell's residence, erected in 1857, and demolished in 1906. The two-storey buildings in the foreground were the North Brisbane Hotel on the left and R. A. Kingsford's store on the right. Most of the…