Saturday, December 23, 2017

More Bygone Sydney

Church St, Parramatta - Looking North. 1893

New South Wales Police Motorcycles Chariots On the 1st March 1936, more than 50,000 fans turned out at the Sydney Show Ground to watch the famous New South Wales Plice Carnival, held in conjunction with the Speedway meeting. The NSW Police turned their motorcycles into chariots.

A family standing outside a tin shack called Wiloma during the Great Depression, New South Wales, ca. 1932

Miss Bishop`s Famous Cakes Dodge delivery truck.The business was at 117 Bathurst St, Sydney.

Wagons carting produce to and from the harbour, passing the Argyle Cut at the The Rocks,Sydney in the 1920s.

Sydney taxi in the late1950's: Holden FE

Tom Ugly's Bridge near Sydney. (Photo undated), possibly ca 1940's.

Platform 1 at Museum Railway Station, Sydney 1927 and 2016

George St, Sydney in 1858.

One bedroom house, Shaws Court', off Kent St (between Druitt & Fowler Streets), Sydney. 1875,

Pitt St, Sydney looking toward Hunter St in 1857, showing the Tank Stream as an open drain, on the right

Anzac Day in the Domain, Sydney, 25 April 1930. Note the Harbour Bridge construction in the background

Martin Place, Sydney, c 1900

Argyle Cut at the Rocks, Sydney (year unknown).

Elizabeth Street in Redfern. Year unknown

George St, Sydney, 1903

39 Bent St, Sydney in 1923.

Looking across to Martin Place and the GPO from George Street c1905 and 2016

Martin Place, Sydney, 1936

The Gaiety Theatre on Castlereagh St, Sydney in 1881

Wiley & Son's Basket Wholesale Warehouse on Park St, Sydney in 1858.

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