C1928

Melbourne and Suburbs.

Mapmaker:

F. S. HILCKE

Detailed street map of Melbourne showing suburbs, municipal and parish boundaries, railways, stations, tramways, buildings, post offices and state schools.  Includes a legend  within the inset map of Port Phillip Bay with table of distances, at lower left. Updated to … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Melbourne and Suburbs.

Date:

C1928

Mapmaker:

F. S. HILCKE

Condition:

Lower left margin reinstated, otherwise in good condition, with folds as issued. Laid on archival linen.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

390mm 
x 565mm

Paper Size: 

445mm 
x 635mm
AUTHENTICITY
Melbourne and Suburbs. - Vintage Print from 1928

Guaranteed Vintage Item
dated:

1928

Description:

Detailed street map of Melbourne showing suburbs, municipal and parish boundaries, railways, stations, tramways, buildings, post offices and state schools.  Includes a legend  within the inset map of Port Phillip Bay with table of distances, at lower left. Updated to 1928.

Biography:

John Halliday (?-1912) 

John Halliday was Engineer for the Melbourne Harbour Trust. He was born at Belfast, and obtained his practical training with Lawson and Sons, Leeds. In 1873 he went out to New Zealand, where he carried out important railway, water-supply, drainage and other works. Proceeding in 1884 to Victoria, he undertook, amongst other work, the construction of the Victoria Dock for the Melbourne Harbour Trust, and was subsequently appointed Chief Engineer to that body, a position which he retained until his death. Halliday was elected an Associate Member of The Institution on the 2nd March, 1886, and was transferred to the class of Members on the 6th February, 1906.

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