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Durville Crescent facing South. I was able to identify most houses in the original photo, despite 60-odd years of extensions and renovations.
Looking across Monaro St to Walsh's Hotel - the business has remained to 2011, but its building (and those around it) have changed substantially
The buildings have changed almost beyond recognition. You can see the start of a lane-way that still exists, and goes through to the Lowe St carpark
The kurrajong on the left of the picture has grown, and is known by locals as 'The Tree of Knowledge'
Corner of London Circuit and Northbourne Avenue. Designed by Sir John Sulman with J. Hunter Kirkpatrick and D. E. Limburg, 1926-27. Probably late 1950s.
This seems to me to be the Melbourne Building, taken from the centre of Northbourne Avenue some time during the 1950s, with London Circuit to the left.
Sir John Sulman, J. Hunter Kirkpatrick and D. E. Limberg (1927-46). Murray Series No. 45 postcard, c1941.
Present day view of the National Archives of Australia building at Parkes (just near Old Parliament House)
From the corner of Giles and Kennedy sts Kingston, looking towards Manuka (now obscured by trees and apartment buildings)
View from National Museum, Acton across Lake Burley Griffin in the direction of Old Parliament House
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