Melbourne By Tram
Aug15

Melbourne By Tram

What an amazing image by Nikhil Sachdeva of a Melbourne tram. Melbourne’s tram network is one of the largest in the world with more than 178 million passenger trips taken across the network every year. The network is operated by Yarra Trams with nearly 500 trams from eight depots servicing 26 routes as well as the free City Circle tram. City circle via La Trobe Street, No 959 Taken on May 13, 2015 #tram #australia #Melbourne #vintage...

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Royal Exhibition Building
May31

Royal Exhibition Building

The Royal Exhibition Building is one of my favourite buildings in the world. Completed in 1880 to host Melbourne’s first International Exhibition All sorts of things spring to mind when I think of this building and the Carlton Gardens they are in: Royal Exhibition Building the stone protest – if you go to the south eastern corner of the building, you will find a stone with a story on it. Traffic School Melbourne Museum Carlton...

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Melbourne Nights
May26

Melbourne Nights

Melbourne Nights | 4K A short cinematic piece exploring Melbourne by night. Melbourne video production. Melbourne Nights | 4K from Cloakroom Media on Vimeo. Source vimeo.com...

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The G
May25

The G

Is there a stadium like it anywhere in the world? Is there a cauldron of fire that is the M.C.G.? The mighty Melbourne Cricket Ground, known locally as the G. Memories I was lucky enough to grow up living a short distance from the G, with the footy crowd easily heard on a Saturday afternoon. Ron lighting the flame for the start of the 1956 Olympics. Betty Cuthbert lunging for the finish line. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth twice.. in...

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Tickets Please
May24

Tickets Please

Conductors once cried “Tickets Please” in Melbourne, home of the tram! Back in 1855 there were horse-drawn trams, followed by cable-driven trams [1885], then electrified tram network [1906] not forgetting the world’s first Tramcar Restaurant [1983]. Could something about Melbourne be the form of transport synonymous with Melbourne, the humble TRAM. Melbourne’s light rail system is one of the largest networks in...

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