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Images Dated 2016 October

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Choose from 187 pictures in our Images Dated 2016 October collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Side of the pool. The Water Dwellers, 1967 Featured October Print

Side of the pool. The Water Dwellers, 1967

A black and white image of a group of children sitting on the side of a sea pool on Pittwater, having a swimming lesson

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Australians, Boys, Children, Girls, Groups People, Headlands, Landforms, Pools, Railings, Rock Pools, Seas, Swimmers, Swimming Classes, Swimming Instructors, Swimsuits

Cyclone Tracy destruction. When Will the Birds Return?, 1975 Featured October Print

Cyclone Tracy destruction. When Will the Birds Return?, 1975

A colour image of the devastation of Darwin in the early days following the strike of Cyclone Tracy, Christmas Day 1974. The road is covered with dirt as the houses on either side have been demolished by the cyclone. The trees in the images have either fallen over or lost their leaves

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Accidents And Disasters, Accidents Disasters, Clouds, Cyclone, Cyclones, Demolished, Destruction, Dirt Road, Emergency Services, Film Crews, Natural Disasters, Storm Damage, Tracy, Weather

Pitt Street, Sydney. Voting in Federal Election, 1984 Featured October Print

Pitt Street, Sydney. Voting in Federal Election, 1984

A colour image of Pitt Street, Sydney. The layout of the street has changed over the decades, as has the direction of the traffic. The image shows the now demolished Ascot Theatre and the old entrance to the Hilton hotel. Waltons department store and Lowe's have been replaced by the Citibank building. The building that is now the Arthouse Hotel on Pitt street can be seen in the image. There are now only two lanes on the street and travel in the opposite direction towards Pitt Street Mall

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