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https://flic.kr/p/5BKZZT | ANZAC Day parade 1975 | Melbourne

https://flic.kr/p/5BKZZT | ANZAC Day parade 1975 | Melbourne

Melbourne Museum Station (now Central) under construction looking west. 1975

Melbourne Museum Station (now Central) under construction looking west. 1975

https://flic.kr/p/CmG9hr | Batman Records Swanston St, Melbourne  1985 | Built 1856 but not by John Batman. Melbourne Central Activities District (CAD) Conservation Study 1985 survey images: approx 1200 Kodak colour negatives

https://flic.kr/p/CmG9hr | Batman Records Swanston St, Melbourne 1985 | Built 1856 but not by John Batman. Melbourne Central Activities District (CAD) Conservation Study 1985 survey images: approx 1200 Kodak colour negatives

ANZAC Day 2009 by Australian War Memorial, via Flickr

ANZAC Day 2009 by Australian War Memorial, via Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/b71yue | View of St. Pauls Cathedral, Melbourne, 1930s | Copyright expired image. Original image from The State Library of Victoria. Creator: Victorian Railways This Image has been restored by Foto Supplies, Albury, NSW, Australia

https://flic.kr/p/b71yue | View of St. Pauls Cathedral, Melbourne, 1930s | Copyright expired image. Original image from The State Library of Victoria. Creator: Victorian Railways This Image has been restored by Foto Supplies, Albury, NSW, Australia

Belvidere Hotel    On Victoria Parade, and built in 1854 to design of architect Joseph Burns, the hotel is now called the Eastern Hill Hotel. The hotel provided the venue for meetings concerned with, and allied to, the Eight Hour Day movement.

Belvidere Hotel On Victoria Parade, and built in 1854 to design of architect Joseph Burns, the hotel is now called the Eastern Hill Hotel. The hotel provided the venue for meetings concerned with, and allied to, the Eight Hour Day movement.

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