|<-- See earlier|
||Market Street Works West from [illegible]
||George Street South
||Government Mint, Macquarie Street
||Legislative Council and Assembly, Macquarie Street
||Macquarie Street North
||Wynyard Square South
||Wynyard Square East
||Bathurst Street looking west from Sussex Street
||Bathurst Street looking east from Sussex Street
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Streets and buildings of Sydney
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, some yellowing, fading and abrasions.
|Content and context|
277 x 207 mm. Showing a corner of Wynyard Square, with Pfahlert's Family Hotel prominent in the left foreground and terraced residential houses beyond. The square had formerly been the site of military barracks built by Governor Macquarie in 1822. These barracks were demolished in 1848 and the square re-named after Major General E.B. Wynyard, who arrived in that year as Commander of British Forces in Australia and New Zealand.
For a roughly contemporaneous photograph showing a general view of the whole square see Y308B/85.
|New South Wales|
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