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Old November 23rd, 2017, 03:59 PM   #2241
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Sydney, 1900s-1920s

141. Orient Company Wharf, Circular Quay, Sydney by Royal Australian Historical Society, on Flickr
Hyde Park, Sydney by Royal Australian Historical Society, on Flickr
Archibald Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney by Royal Australian Historical Society, on Flickr
Central Railway Station, Sydney by Royal Australian Historical Society, on Flickr
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Arnie in Melb 1974
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Old November 24th, 2017, 11:37 AM   #2243
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Circa 1906 - "Coogee near Sydney", New South Wales, Australia (restored version) by aussiejeff, on Flickr

15 June 1942 - "Coogee Beach looking South", Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (enhanced version) by aussiejeff, on Flickr
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Interesting, I had heard somewhere or other that Sydney beaches had anti landing stuff on them at that date, clearly none at Coogee. Only a couple of weeks from the Midget submarine raid in the harbour.
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Old November 30th, 2017, 11:59 AM   #2247
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Can we cool it with the Arnie spam?

Mosman Bay by night, Sydney, 1935



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Old December 3rd, 2017, 08:45 PM   #2248
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Mosman Bay by night, Sydney, 1935

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That’s a lot of swimmers and sunbathers on Coogee Beach for mid-June in any year, let alone 1942.
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Returning from Megalong Valley, showing the Hydro above the Cliff Walls by quasymody, on Flickr
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That’s a lot of swimmers and sunbathers on Coogee Beach for mid-June in any year, let alone 1942.
Probably a heat wave and hence the photo.
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