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Lunatic Escaped - Sunbury Asylum On This Day…….6th of July 1902 Riddell’s Creek One of the inmates of the lunatic asylum at Sunbury escaped on the 6th of July 1902, but was caught at Riddell’s Creek by one of the warders, assisted by Mr. J. Keiley. The man had been out all Saturday night, which was a rough and wet […]

On This of July 1902 Riddell’s Creek One of the inmates of the lunatic asylum at Sunbury escaped on the of July but was caught at Riddell’s Creek by one …

THE FEDERAL HOTEL AND COFFEE PALACE

Inside the foyer of the Federation Hotel, Melbourne

Main stairwell, State Library of Victoria, Swanston Street.  Artist: M. Napier Waller, Section of "Peace After Victory" , 1928

Section of 'Peace After Victory', main stairwell, State Library of Victoria, Swanston Street, Melbourne (artist: M.

Allen's Sweets neon sign (now dismantled) in Melbourne, Australia (adonline.id.au)

The iconic ALLEN'S lollies (Sweets) neon sign in South Melbourne, Victoria was dismantled a while ago.

Federal Coffee Palace, Melbourne http://www.thecollectormm.com.au/gallery/postcards/Edwardian/slides/Collins1.html

Federal Hotel and Coffee Palace (demolished) - 555 Collins Street. MELBOURNE [Walking Melbourne Building Information]

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White - Page 2 - SkyscraperCity

Page Vintage Melbourne in Black & White City Images, Architecture & Historic themes

1920's shoes - High Heels - Black patent shoes, with white straps and heels - Getty Images

A pair of black patent high heeled shoes, with white straps and heels, 1920 Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images (Thnx to Pleasurephoto Room)

Flinders St. and defunct Princes' Bridge Railway Stations Queen's visit to Melbourne Australia 1954

Now defunct Princes Bridge Station and Flinders Street Station Melbourne Victoria Australia Lit up for Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Tour of Australia (Crown on top of station)

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Remarkable photos of 1872 gold boom in Australia

Check out these old back-and-white photos of Australia during the 1870 gold rush. These mostly show the town’s inhabitants standing proudly in the dusty to

Victoria, Australia 1960s: Vietnam war protests - 1969: Dr Jim Cairns, Member of the House of Representatives, burns a draft card in the ...

Dr Jim Cairns, Member of the House of Representatives, burns a draft card in the Melbourne Civic Square as part of a protest against conscription for Vietnam. At this stage 325 Australians have died in the war.

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