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A wood engraving from March 1888 by Samuel Calvert of Queen's College at the University of Victoria. An accompanying article in the Melbourne newspaper The Illustrated Australian News reported on the opening ceremony for the new college.…

Engraving in The Illustrated Australian News of the Chateau Tahbilk Vineyard's exhibit at the 1888 Great Hall Exhibition. The exhibit was made to look like with a medieval-style tower, complete with crenellation.

An engraving depicting the then new appearance of Queen's College at the University of Melbourne in 1888. Either side of the gothic style building are the portraits of the architects, Rev. W.A. Quick and E.H. Sugden.

Engraving in the Illustrated Australian News of the Great Hall as it appeared during the exhibition of 1888.

This engraving by Samuel Calvert appeared in The Illustrated Australian News on June 23, 1888. It shows the neo-gothic design for the Town Hall in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick.

A page of engravings depicting notable landmarks and monuments in Adelaide at the end of the nineteenth century. One notices a strong gothic influence in the appearance of Colonel Light's monument and some of the buildings in Victoria Square.

This atmospheric engraving from 1887 in The Illustrated Australian News depicts the gothic architectual style, including crenellation and turrets, of the 'Old Convict Church' at the penal settlement of Port Arthur in Tasmania.

An engraving featured in The Illustrated Australian News of a design for the Federal Coffee Palace in West Melbourne. The gothic style of the design is very typical of nineteenth century architecture in Australia and other nations with British…