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Collins Street in glorious black & white, from east end to west end.  The early years.

Collins Street from the Swanston Street intersection, featuring the Premier Building (third building from the left) -

Historic Photo of the Day - Collins Street, Melbourne ~ 1888, looking west from Spring Street.Grosvenor Chambers at 9 Collins Street was Australia's first custom built complex of artist's studios, still under construction in the photo below. Love the twin domed towers of the old Masonic Temple on the left as well, demolished to make way for Collins Place.

Historic Photo of the Day - Collins Street, Melbourne ~ looking west from…

Next to the old Flinders Street Station (left of pic) on the south-west corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets stood the Old Fish Market, later housing Hanton's Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market and Bicycle Stables. Demolished in 1900 to make way for the new Flinders Street Station. (nice ad for Fry's chocolates on building)

Next to the old Flinders Street Station on the south-west corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets stood the Old Fish Market.

my favourite building in Melbourne - ANZ Gothic Bank on Collins Street

my favorite building in Melbourne - ANZ ‘Gothic Bank’, 287 Collins Street - this building has a richly ornate interior, finely worked masonry and meticulous detail - considered the finest secular Gothic Revival building in Australia

Bourke Street Melbourne, Australia - looking west  from Swanston Street, showing  south side of the street c.1880 albumen silver photograph La Trobe Picture Collection -  State Library of Victoria

Charles Nettleton Bourke Street Melbourne Charles Nettleton born England arrived Australia died 1902 Bourke Street Melbourne, looking west from Swanston Street, showing south side of the street albumen silver photograph

Collins Street - early 1970s

PMG snaps - Collins Street - early : Melbourne Photos - Page 2

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