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Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia

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CollectionsIntercolonial Investment, Land & Building Company Limited
Date created: 1890s
View looking down Barrack Street towards Perth Water, with the Town Hall clock tower visible on the left. The Town Hall was designed by Richard Roach Jewell and completed in 1870. It was built in the style of a Tudor market hall with a clock tower and spires and for many years town markets were held there. The mostly commercial buildings include a few with Classical revival details such as fluted pilasters, but many establishments are also decorated with iron lace trim on veranda posts and railings. The street scene also shows horsedrawn vehicles, pedestrians and power and telegraph poles. Various businesses have their names painted on or attached to the buildings. They include: GREENHAM & EVANS/ PHOTO ARTISTS; J. T. -UNNOCK; BROWN & BROWN/ MANUFACTURERS of PNEUMATIC TYRES; SUMMERFIELD/ THE CELEBRATED TAILOR FROM SYDNEY; P. SEELIGSON/ CITY LOAN OFFICE.
Location: Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia
Other Identifiers: K3963


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