Rickett's Point, Beaumaris, January 1936.
Parking? No problem, just drive onto the beach.
Cricket Match at the MCG ~1910s.
Under the shade of a tree, north-east corner of Collins and Swanston Streets, December 1900.
Walking across Swanston Street 1912.
The Edwardian era is over and King George V is on the throne.
Men waiting outside Myer on Bourke Street for their significant others to finish the shopping.
Above and below the Frankston scene in the late 1940s.
Mornington lads ready for a cruise ~ 1920s.
A Gala Day at the MCG, members’ Reserve and Grandstand on left ~ 1920s.
Rainy day, outside Flinders Street Station, December 7, 1965.
Swimming party at Portsea Pier, 1910.
On the banks of the Yarra River during the Henley-on-Yarra regatta ~ 1930s.
Henley-on-Yarra ~ 1900s.
Out for a walk near the south-west corner of Collins Street and Spring Street, 1955.
Port Melbourne ~ 1960.
Black Rock, above and below about 100 years ago.
Legend Café, with Leonard French paintings on wall, Bourke Street, 1956.
Dinghy race at Albert Park Lake ~ 1910s.
Collins Street at the Market Street intersection ~ 1900s.
Scene at Tram stop in Swanston Street, late 1950s.
Two photos of Flinders Lane ~ 1890s.
Looking east near the Queen Street intersection.
Looking west from the Swanston Street intersection.
William Street, looking south from the Bourke Street intersection ~ 1890s.
The now demolished Lang’s Buildings, south-east corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale Streets in May 1961.
From the books: Trams and Streetscapes, and More Trams and Streetscapes, Metropolitan Melbourne 1950s-1960s
Emile D. Badawy and John Sargent
Train Hobby Publications
A couple of great old Edwardian postcards of Queen Street, enjoy!
It’s 1957 in Flinders Lane and a Freight Car Tram meanders through the short section of tram line between Market Street and William Street.
On Latrobe Street, the Argus Building and W2 class tram, December 1959.