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One of four photographs of a castle-like building on the Midland Highway in Perth, Tasmania. This one shows the letterbox in the guise of an armoured knight. The knight has a helmet, full body armour, and wears a quiver (arrow holder) to hold…

The Uniting Church in York, Western Australia was erected in 1888. It was built as a chapel by followers of the Wesleyan Denomination of the Methodist faith. It exhibits architectural features which are typical of the nineteenth-century Gothic…

One of three photographs of the Baptist Tabernacle church in Clarence Street, Perth, Tasmania. The church was designed by English architect George Fagg and built in 1889 by William Gibson. The church is said to have Indian influence, but Byzantine…

This photograph shows the tower of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art in the Perth Cultural Centre. The building, opened in 1897 and designed by William Atkins, was originally the Perth Boys’ and Girls’ School, and was often referred to as…

One of three photographs of the Baptist Tabernacle church in Clarence Street, Perth, Tasmania. The church was designed by English architect George Fagg and built in 1889 by William Gibson. The church is said to have Indian influence, but Byzantine…

This photograph shows the Russian Orthodox Sts. Peter and Paul Church in the Perth suburb of Bayswater. The church has the typical orthodox/Byzantine architectural features of a dome (symbolising the heavens) on top of a square church building…

One of two photographs of the Jubilee Building that now acts as a wing of the Western Australian Museum – Perth. The brick and stone building was designed by Government architect George Temple-Poole and opened in 1897, originally housing the…

One of two photographs of the Jubilee Building that now acts as a wing of the Western Australian Museum – Perth. The brick and stone building was designed by Government architect George Temple-Poole and opened in 1897, originally housing the WA…