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Historical and old photos of Echuca, Victoria

 

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Historical and old photos of Echuca, Victoria

A small historical reference

Geography:

Date of foundation: Small settlement known as Hopwood's Ferry grew, it became the town of Echuca. The Hopwood's Punt Post Office opened around 1854 and was renamed Echuca Post Office on 1 January 1855.

History:

Population: 14 934

Sights:

Echuca. High Street, 1867
High Street, 1867
Echuca. Old Post Office with Tower clock, 1897
Old Post Office with Tower clock, 1897
Echuca. Panorama of town street, 1867
Panorama of town street, 1867
Echuca. Park - fountain, statue, water source and Arch, circa 1900
Park - fountain, statue, water source and Arch, circa 1900
Echuca. Pontoon bridge and punt Echuca, 'Bridge' Hotel on the hill, 1875
Pontoon bridge and punt Echuca, 'Bridge' Hotel on the hill, 1875
Echuca. Railway station, 1867
Railway station, 1867
Echuca. View to business buildings A. W. Robertson and Wm. McCulloch & Co, 1867
View to business buildings A. W. Robertson and Wm. McCulloch & Co, 1867
Echuca. Wool steamer 'Rodney' and barges, Echuca Wharf on the River Murray, 1893
Wool steamer 'Rodney' and barges, Echuca Wharf on the River Murray, 1893




Photos posted on the website in accordance with Article 7, paragraph 1 of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works of 9 September 1886, the term of protection which is fifty years after the author's death.

After this period photos it becomes public domain. The participants of the Berne Convention are 167 States.


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