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Chatswood of yesteryears. I remember it looking like this but without the trams

Chatswood of yesteryears. I remember it looking like this but without the trams

The Cairo at 81 Macleay St,Potts Point in Sydney.Demolished in the late 1950s and replaced by the Chevron Hotel. Photo from City of Sydney Archives.A♥W

The Cairo at 81 Macleay St,Potts Point in Sydney.Demolished in the late 1950s and replaced by the Chevron Hotel. Photo from City of Sydney Archives.A♥W

Quong Tart played a significant part in Sydney’s colonial history. He is famously remembered for his tearoom establishments, which helped revolutionise casual dining in the city in the late 1800s. Quong Tart in front of tearooms, 777 George St Sydney. Photo from the Society of Australian Genealogists.

Quong Tart played a significant part in Sydney’s colonial history. He is famously remembered for his tearoom establishments, which helped revolutionise casual dining in the city in the late 1800s. Quong Tart in front of tearooms, 777 George St Sydney. Photo from the Society of Australian Genealogists.

2004 - Benevolent Society apologies unreservedly for children impacted by Scarba House

2004 - Benevolent Society apologies unreservedly for children impacted by Scarba House

George Street in 1920. The ladies are in their hats, gloves and long sleeves - can you believe it's January in this photo? sydney #cityofsydneyarchives #history #archives

George Street in 1920. The ladies are in their hats, gloves and long sleeves - can you believe it's January in this photo? sydney #cityofsydneyarchives #history #archives

1898.The Omnibus.Sydney Central was the only railway station in the Citu at this time.So the Omnibus was used to bring passengers further into town.Photo from PowerHouse Museum.

1898.The Omnibus.Sydney Central was the only railway station in the Citu at this time.So the Omnibus was used to bring passengers further into town.Photo from PowerHouse Museum.

The former Thomas St, Sydney asylum, 1904 now the Citigate Hotel    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/the-remarkable-history-of-sydney-in-pictures/story-e6freuzi-1226346215075

The former Thomas St, Sydney asylum, 1904 now the Citigate Hotel http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/the-remarkable-history-of-sydney-in-pictures/story-e6freuzi-1226346215075

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