|||Alexandra Road, Hyde Park Road no. 45 (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
|6th December 1972
Image shows a butchers at number 45 Hyde Park Road (right) on the corner with Alexandra Road (left). Run by George Ledsford, a quality meat purveyor selling beef, lamb, pork and poultry, Mr Ledsford has the motto 'Walk in please, walk out pleased!' written above the door. Visible on the far left at number 4 Alexandra Road is a Dutton's off licence at the corner with Alexandra Crescent.
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|||Apsley Street nos. 2 - 6, Hyde Park Road no. 82 (Burley) (2 comments)
|2nd April 1959
Number 6 Apsley Street is on the left of this view followed to the right by numbers 4 and 2 which were part of the Park Hotel, a Melbourne Ales owned pub at number 82 Hyde Park Road. The lower half of the building is tiled. Included in redevelopment plans for the Burley area.
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|||Burley Road, Hyde Park Road Junction (Burley) (5 comments)
|28th August 1975.
Looking east along Burley Road with the junction with Hyde Park Road to the left. On the corner is Smith's Cafe at no.134 Burley Road. Behind this can be seen the side of Andrew Commercial Hotel at no.130. A police car is turning the corner and there is a zebra crossing in the foreground.
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|||Burley, view over rooftops towards St. Matthias Church (Burley) (4 comments)
Looking over rooftops of buildings in Burley, seen from Westfield Road and looking towards St. Matthias Church towards the left. The building in the centre is numbered 105-107 Westfield Road. Behind this to the right are the premises of Wilkinson Bros. Ltd., house furnishers, of 13-15 Hyde Park Road. The view then looks over rooftops of terraced housing on Burley Lodge Road, Burley Lodge Terrace and Burley Road.
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|||City Square, statue of Joseph Priestley (City Centre)
Unusual view of City Square with statue of Joseph Priestley in the foreground. In the background the buildings are: left, the General Post Office, centre, number 1 City Square, right, number 1 Park Row.
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