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I haven’t seen Docklands in a while. Neat to see the changes. #beehivebuilding #citycircle #tramlife #docklands
M9 & M12 arriving at Padstow at 18:07 for an afternoon peak City Circle to Campbelltown via Airport limited stops service stopping all stations to Wolli Creek via Airport, then Riverwood, Padstow, Holsworthy, Glenfield and then all stations to Campbelltown #sydneytrains #citycircle #airport #padstow #campbelltown #afternoonpeak #limitedstops #t8 #airportandsouthline #millennium #mset #m9 #m12
Melbourne Central (1991), Corner of La Trobe and Swanston streets. The shopping centre spans almost an entire city block and was constructed between 1986 and 1991. Most of the old La Trobe street buildings had already been demolished in the 1970s to enable the street diversion required for the construction of the underground Museum Station, now Melbourne Central Station. The only building retained was Coop’s Shot Tower (1888) which was given pride place in the central atrium under the glass cone. Unfortunately the renovation and expansion of the centre in 2010 has now compromised the view of the glass cone which became the Centre’s trademark. The wood paneling was also a bizarre addition and it is now visibly degrading. Add this to the winter shadows now cast by the monster apartment towers to the north making photography challenging! You’ll see signage for Japanese department store Daimaru in the 2000 photo which was the anchor tenant from opening day until closing in 2002. #melbourne #australia #victoria #cityofmelbourne #diamaru #diamarumelbourne #melbournecentral #melbournecentralshoppingcentre #latrobestreet #swanstonstreet #tram #citycircle #citycircletram #yarratrams #nowandthen #thenandnow #shoppingcentre #change #changed #changes #2000 #1991 #city #streetscene #streetscape
Melbourne Central (1991), Corner of La Trobe and Swanston streets. The shopping centre spans almost an entire city block and was constructed between 1986 and 1991. Most of the old La Trobe street buildings had already been demolished in the 1970s to enable the street diversion required for the construction of the underground Museum Station, now Melbourne Central Station. The only building retained was Coop’s Shot Tower (1888) which was given pride place in the central atrium under the glass cone. Unfortunately the renovation and expansion of the centre in 2010 has now compromised the view of the glass cone which became the Centre’s trademark. The wood paneling was also a bizarre addition and it is now visibly degrading. Add this to the winter shadows now cast by the monster apartment towers to the north making photography challenging! You’ll see signage for Japanese department store Daimaru in the 2000 photo which was the anchor tenant from opening day until closing in 2002. #melbourne  #australia  #victoria  #cityofmelbourne  #diamaru  #diamarumelbourne  #melbournecentral  #melbournecentralshoppingcentre  #latrobestreet  #swanstonstreet  #tram  #citycircle  #citycircletram  #yarratrams  #nowandthen  #thenandnow  #shoppingcentre  #change  #changed  #changes  #2000  #1991  #city  #streetscene  #streetscape 
A8 arriving Strathfield from Lepppington for a City Circle via Town Hall service

#sydneytrains #sydney #train #trains #citycircle #strathfield  #central #t2southline #newsouthwales #new #south #wales #Australian #Australia #dezpix  #yards #sidings #tangara #tset #north #emu #plains #leppington #railway #warahah #aset
At one time, Sydney was a city of neon lights. Intricately made neon signs advertised everything from soft drinks and alcohol, to dance shows and golf equipment.

Somewhere along the line we fell out of love with neon, and as the tubes burned out or shops changed name, the signs that illuminated our city nights began to disappear.

This sign can be seen at the entrance to St James station as you cross Elizabeth Street. One of the last remaining neon signs, it's been here since the late 1930s and is now a heritage protected piece of Sydney history.

Château Tanunda don't even make brandy anymore, but the sign remains as a shining memory of a different Sydney. 
#sydney #history #travel #stjames #railway #station #neon #advertising #brandy #sign #chataeutanunda #nsw #australia #citycircle #1930s #historic #historicsydney
At one time, Sydney was a city of neon lights. Intricately made neon signs advertised everything from soft drinks and alcohol, to dance shows and golf equipment. Somewhere along the line we fell out of love with neon, and as the tubes burned out or shops changed name, the signs that illuminated our city nights began to disappear. This sign can be seen at the entrance to St James station as you cross Elizabeth Street. One of the last remaining neon signs, it's been here since the late 1930s and is now a heritage protected piece of Sydney history. Château Tanunda don't even make brandy anymore, but the sign remains as a shining memory of a different Sydney. #sydney  #history  #travel  #stjames  #railway  #station  #neon  #advertising  #brandy  #sign  #chataeutanunda  #nsw  #australia  #citycircle  #1930s  #historic  #historicsydney 
- Metro Tram -
Trams are an integral part of Melbourne’s transport in and around the CBD, especially for tourists. #trams #cabb
- Metro Tram - Trams are an integral part of Melbourne’s transport in and around the CBD, especially for tourists. #trams  #cabb 
C14 & C12 departing Burwood at 12:59 for an all stops service from Parramatta to the City Circle via Strathfield #sydneytrains #parramatta #burwood #citycircle #t2 #innerwestline #allstops #silversets #cset #c14 #c12