There are times when this group’s knowledge just blows me away. I have learnt about the Australian Impressionists through the filter of tramway and railway history.
> On 17 Jul 2021, at 11:07 am, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:
> On 17/07/2021 06:05, David McLoughlin wrote:
>> From the vantage point of the painter, my guess was he took the train to Fairfield or maybe Ivanhoe. I'd have suspected the old Outer Circle line but it didn't open till the following year IIRC.
> Pic is at: https://tdu.to/i/78598
> The vantage point was the property "Charterisville" and the actual viewpoint was roughly at the corner of McCunnin St and The Boulevard in East Ivanhoe.
> The railway to Heidelberg had opened in 1888.
> Mal Rowe - getting a sense of history
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