The Jam Factory

The Jam Factory is a shopping and entertainment centre located on Chapel St in Prahran. But for a long time it was an actual Jam Factory. The Jam Factory preserved fruit, and now the Stonnington History Centre preserves the Jam Factory.
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The Jam Factory in 1906, a very busy and crowded workplace situated on Chapel Street between Garden Street and the railway line.

The Jam Factory in 1906, a very busy and crowded workplace situated on Chapel Street between Garden Street and the railway line.

Dismantling of an industrial chimney at the Jam Factory, 1950.

Dismantling of an industrial chimney at the Jam Factory, 1950.

The Australasian Jam Company factory during harvest season, 1906.

The Australasian Jam Company factory during harvest season, 1906.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

View of a busy work scene inside the Jam Factory.

View of a busy work scene inside the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.

Industrial machinery at the Jam Factory.


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View of a busy work scene inside the Jam Factory.

View of a busy work scene inside the Jam Factory.

Maple's Store, northwest corner of Chapel Street and High Street, Prahran, circa 1917.

Maple's Store, northwest corner of Chapel Street and High Street, Prahran, circa 1917.

The Jam Factory in Melbourne’s Chapel St,Prahran continued operations until 1970,when manufacturing was moved to Port Melbourne.

The Jam Factory in Melbourne’s Chapel St,Prahran continued operations until 1970,when manufacturing was moved to Port Melbourne.

Alfred Hospital,Melbourne, Victoria in 1881. State Library of Victoria.

Alfred Hospital,Melbourne, Victoria in 1881. State Library of Victoria.

[Miller's Feather Factory in Chapel Street, Prahran]

[Miller's Feather Factory in Chapel Street, Prahran]

[Coles Store in Prahran]

[Coles Store in Prahran]

Postcardsonline Record

Postcardsonline Record

[Chapel Street premises of A.J. Raybould, undertaker ]

[Chapel Street premises of A.J. Raybould, undertaker ]

Millers feather factory, Chapel Street, Prahran, 1910

Millers feather factory, Chapel Street, Prahran, 1910

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