Hindley Street, South Corner, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 1876By Remembering the Past Australia / March 27, 2022 / Australia / 0 Comments
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
This image is part of the Colonial Office photographic collection held at The National Archives UK.
Hindley street was named after Charles Hindley, a British parliamentarian and social reformist.
Hindley Street is one of the 63 streets and squares laid out in Colonel William Light’s Plan of the City of Adelaide. The first newspaper in South Australia was printed in premises on Hindley Street. As well as housing the first meeting of Adelaide City Council, the oldest municipal body in Australia, Hindley Street was home to the first stone church in South Australia and the West End Brewery between 1859 and 1980. [Wiki]
Showing the south corner of Hindley Street, Adelaide, South Australia. Original photo published 1876.
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