Wells Hotel, Tweed Heads, NSW 1927
Sydney 1917, tinted Glass Plate, Queen Victoria Building…Looking North on George St. St Andrews and Sydney Town Hall in foreground.
H.V. McKay Massey Harris Factory, mower assembly line, Sunshine ~ 1946.
Photograph: State Library of Victoria
This image is from 1913 and shows Flinders Street looking east from the Swanston Street intersection. The south face of St Paul’s Cathedral is visible, as is the Metropolitan Gas Co’s offices and the old Princes Bridge railway station which was located where Federation Square now sits.
ACROBATIC PUBLICITY STUNT. EMPIRE STATE BUILDING 1934
3 acrobats perform their act on the 102nd floor Observation Deck of New York City’s Empire State Building.
(New York Daily News)
Flinders Street, Melbourne – Then and Now
SIGHTSEEING BY ELECTRIC BUS. NEW YORK CITY 1904
✨ An Electric Bus of the “Seeing New York” Tourist Company about to depart the company’s head office at the FlatIron building on 5th Avenue… at which by the way, they had a telephone connection.
✨ Note the look of fascination on the face of the boy on the sidewalk.
(Photo: New York State Library)
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