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Victoria St North side between Albert and Chapel St

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    Sepia toned image depicting a row of multi storeyed weatherboard buildings facing onto a gravel street. To the left of the image stands a two -storey weatherboard building with the sign'WINES AURORA TAVERN SPIRITS' above the door. In the window is a sign advertising 'LONDON STOUT & ENGLISH ALE'. To the right of this building is a small wooden fence, followed by another two-storey weatherboard building with a sign reading 'WILLIAM EYRE' above the door, two figures can be seen walking on the footpath in front of this building. A row of small weatherboard buildings with awnings and wooden fences continues down the street. More buildings and a large hill is visible in the distance in the lower right corner of the image.
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