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||Wynyard Square South
||Wynyard Square East
||Bathurst Street looking west from Sussex Street
||Bathurst Street looking east from Sussex Street
||George Street from Market Street
||Francis Street from College Street
||Bathurst Street West
||Liverpool Street looking west from Sussex Street
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Streets and buildings of Sydney
||Market Street Works West from [illegible]
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, overall yellowing and some fading.
|Content and context|
263 x 205 mm. View of business premises with the masts of moored ships visible in the right background. The precise location has not been identified, but is presumably one of the streets at the west end of Market Street near the Pyrmont Bridge. In the left foreground is R. Grant's Timber Offices with the Harrison Joinery Works beyond. Next comes the tiny boarding hotel, the Paris Board and Residence, with the more substantial three storey premises of A.B. Armstrong and Co. beyond and nearest the harbour. Andrew Bell Armstrong's chandlery business is recorded in the 1867 directory as being at 41 Wharf Street and this is probably the road seen here.
|New South Wales|
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