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Fitzroy history – the Royal terraces on Nicholson St

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The origins of the Royal Terraces on the corner of Nicholson and Gertrude streets are well documented by Heritage Victoria and the National Trust.

Courtesy of SLV / ID: pb000413 / artist: Charles Troedel / copyright: expired – image is in the public domain / c1864

Courtesy of SLV / ID: H876 / photographer: Charles Nettleton / copyright: expired – image is in the public domain / c1868

Courtesy of SLV / ID: H2008.11/2248 / photographer: Mark Strizic / copyright: used under the fair dealings provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 / c1950-1959

Today they remain one of the best preserved examples of early Victorian architecture.

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  1. I tried to post the other day and say how much I loved this post but it apparently didn’t happen. Thanks Brian!

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