Images of Old Mortlake I

Church Hill, Mortlake - late 1800s
Here we are looking from Officer Street, across Market Square. The original Mechanics' Institute is on the left and the Temperance Hall (now the RSL Hall) is on the right. The Church on the top of the hill is the Wesleyan Church.
Dunlop Street - before 1910
The north side of Dunlop Street. The ivy-covered bluestone building in the foreground is the original Bank of Victoria, demolished in the 1950s. The fence at right encloses the grounds of the Mount Shadwell Hotel.
Dunlop Street - ca 1910
The timber dwelling and adjacent building were the chemist's buildings, now the site of Clarke's Cafe. At the end of the street can be seen tanks and a water tower.
Dunlop Street - 1910s
The north side of Dunlop Street. The building at left is still standing and is now a tyre depot. For many years it was the shop of William Alen, painter and decorator, artist and taxidermist.
Officer Street - 1800s
At left is Job Wykes the builder's premises, now the Growing Rooms Nursery.

Images of Old Mortlake 2

Images of Old Mortlake 3