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McDonald’s Emerald Hills, April 2024

I took the kids to McDonald’s in Narellan today but left because it was filthy. Absolutely filthy. I figured Emerald Hills would be a good alternative because of the larger play area, so we drove there instead. The kids insisted. Despite an empty restaurant, every table was truly disgusting , and the bins were literally overflowing with stacked rubbish.


Gold Escort, Bathurst, 1872

During the Australian Gold Rush, escorts were required to transport gold – not totally unlike modern armoured vehicle transport. This photograph was taken in Bathurst in 1872. The first gold rush in Australia began in May 1851 after prospector Edward Hargraves with others claimed to have discovered payable gold near Orange, at a site called Ophir. Hargraves had been


City Bank of Sydney, Newtown Branch, 1892

City Bank of Sydney Newtown Branch, 1892. Pictured looking west from near Newtown Railway Station across from the intersection of King Street and Enmore Road. The City Bank of Sydney was formed in 1863 in New South Wales. The bank subsequently opened for business on 1st February 1864. The bank merged with the Australian Bank of Commerce Ltd in


Sydney Panorama from Town Hall, 1973

Sydney panorama from Town Hall clock tower, George Street Sydney, 1873. From the Sydney archives, “One of nine photos making up a panorama. View south east along George Street towards Central and Surry Hills, showing St Andrews Cathedral at bottom right, Belmore Park, the Benevolent Asylum, Devonshire Cemetery and the Exhibition Building in distance in Prince Alfred Park. Signs on


City Bank of Sydney, c1877

The original City Bank of Sydney, located on Pitt St, Sydney, c1873. Built by George Arthur and Ralph Mansfield in 1873, it was destroyed by fire in 1890 and then demolished. The bank relocated to Strathfield on the Boulevarde as “Holyrood”. Fire broke out at 2am on 2 October 1890 in the premises of Messrs. Gibbs, Shallard and


ES&A Bank Limited, George St. West and City Road, 1913

ES&A Bank Limited, George St. West and City Road, 1913. English, Scottish and Australian Bank Limited, George St West & City Rd (southeast cnr). Description as provided by Cty Sydney Archive: Two-storey brick and slate building with arched doorways and entrance, adjacent to a barbers shop (left) which has the name Bill Cupitt on its awning. Premises have multiple


Commercial Banking Co. Safe, c1922

Delivery of Chubb safe for Commercial Banking Co., Sydney, c 1922. Fitted with the ‘Circular Strongroom Door’.