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Badass motorcycle chariots - celebration of New South Wales police in Australia in 1936.

Badass motorcycle chariots - celebration of New South Wales police in Australia in 1936.

"Lady Mugshots." This woman was arrested in 1928 for being in possession of cocaine. I hate the sin but I love the sinner. Look how great her steeze is!

Drug dealers, backstreet abortionists and a deadly femme fatale: Fascinating mugshots of women prisoners from 1920s Australia

Mug shot of Fay Watson, 24 March Central Police Station, Sydney. Special Photograph no. Although no record for Fay Watson is found in the NSW Police Gazette for.

Donkey the "group leader" as horses wander down Calgary road - News - Horsetalk.co.nz

Appeals court grants temporary order preventing US horse slaughter

New-South-Wales-Local-Council-Patch-Australia

New South Wales Local Council Patch - NOT Police NSW Australia Ranger 2

New-South-Wales-Local-Council-Patch-Australia

Porsche 911 Carrera Coupé appartenant à la police Australienne !

Les Aussies de New South Wales roulent en Porsche!

2003 BMW K1200GT New South Wales Police motorcycle with dual seat NO RESERVE #bmw #k1200gt #forsale #australia

2003 BMW K1200GT New South Wales Police motorcycle with dual seat NO RESERVE #bmw #k1200gt #forsale #australia

Vintage Glass Plate Negative Mugshots From the 1920s. These pictures are part of a series of around 2500 "special photographs" taken by New South Wales Police Department between 1910 and 1930. More here http://anthonylukephotography.blogspot.com/2011/06/vintage-glass-plate-negative-mugshots.html

Walter Smith is listed in the New South Wales Police Gazette in 1924 as "charged with breaking and entering the dwelling house of Edward Mulligan and stealing blinds," . and with "stealing clothing in the dwelling house of Ernest Leslie Mortimer.

This picture is one of a series of around 2500 "special photographs" taken by New South Wales Police Department photographers between 1910 and 1930. These "special photographs" were mostly taken in the cells at the Central Police Station, Sydney and are, as curator Peter Doyle explains, of "men and women recently plucked from the street, often still animated by the dramas surrounding their apprehension".

Police mugshots in the 1920s…

"This man refused to open his eyes" - Police mugshots from the old pictures stand.

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