Melbourne in the 1960s

Looking over the Yarra to Flinders St and Princes Bridge Stations

Princes Bridge, Melbourne, details of carving, 1885 by John Harry Grainger

Early drawings detail the stone capitals and iron solemnic columns for the bridge.

Opening of the Great Ocean Road, 1936

Great Ocean Road Final Ceremonies on the Great Ocean Road In recognition of the photographic/cinematographic work of Phillip Crosbie Morrison.

Artist's impression of the Great Melbourne Telescope, built by Thomas Grubb of Dublin in 1868 and erected at Melbourne Observatory (now within the Royal Botanic Gardens) in 1869. It was a reflecting telescope with a speculum (metal) mirror of 48 inches (1.2 metres) diameter. At the time it was the second largest telescope in the world.

Artist's impression of the Great Melbourne Telescope, built by Thomas Grubb of Dublin in 1868 and erected at Melbourne Observatory (now within the Royal Botanic Gardens) in 1869. It was a reflecting telescope with a speculum (metal) mirror of 48 inches (1.2 metres) diameter. At the time it was the second largest telescope in the world.

Intersection of Johnston and Brunswick Streets, Fitzroy, in 1949.

Intersection of Johnston and Brunswick Streets, Fitzroy, in

Percy Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne

Percy Grainger Museum is an incredible space co-ordinated by the man himself back in open today in Royal Parade to the general public. It's an amazing story!

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