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Opium den in Little Bourke street Melbourne's Chinatown. #twistedhistory #melbournemurdertours

Opium den in Little Bourke street Melbourne's Chinatown.

Enjoying opium in the heart of Melbourne's Chinatown. #twistedhistory #melbournemurdertours

Enjoying opium in the heart of Melbourne's Chinatown.

Canvas Town, between Princess Bridge and South Melbourne, 1852  Source: State Library of Victoria

Gold Rush Canvas Town, between Princess Bridge and South Melbourne, 1852 Source: State Library of Victoria

Bourke Street, Melbourne, looking east, early 1900s.

Bourke Street, Melbourne, looking east, The General Post Office can be seen on the left, and the Federal Parliament House at the top. © The National Archives.

Melbourne's Chinese Dragon, used to celebrate Federation in 1901 and to welcome…

Melbourne's Chinese Dragon, used to celebrate Federation in 1901 and to welcome Duke and Duchess of Cornwell and York.

Swanston Street Melbourne Australia in the 1890s.  Notice the MCC water wagon spraying water in the middle of street to keep the dust down on the unsealed surfac...

Swanston Street Melbourne Australia in the Notice the MCC water wagon spraying water in the middle of street to keep the dust down on the unsealed surfac.

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