Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
209 x 155 mm. A view of one of the lakes in the gardens, showing palms and shrubs growing along the bank.
288 x 142 mm. (2 prints joined). A panoramic view of the Circular Quay, taken from the roof of the Customs House and looking towards the north side of the harbour. The steam paddle boats in the foreground are the harbour ferry service, and the ships moored on the east and west side of the quay are cargo vessels and passenger ships.
206 x 155 mm. A view of the harbour at Clontarf, with wooded hills rising from the water’s edge. On the 12th March 1868, while attending a fete at Clontarf, Prince Alfred, the Duke of Edinburgh, was shot by James O’ Farrell, though not seriously wounded. The motive was apparently political.
A collection of loosely mounted, uncaptioned prints measuring approximately 185 x 115 mm, showing scenes in the Blue Mountains. Two of the prints are stamped in relief on one corner 'C. Bayliss, Photo. Sydney' and it is reasonable to assume, given the similar subject matter and format, that the other two photographs were also taken by him.
152 x 207 mm. A view of the Post Office from a building on the other side of George Street. The area at the left of the print, on which there are still buildings, was later to become Martin Place.
195 x 126 mm. A view looking along George Street, which is extremely busy with coaches, carriages and pedestrians. The oldest street in Sydney, George Street originated as a track through the bush made by work parties in 1788.
206 x 158 mm. A view of the front of the house, with a soldier on sentry duty. Government House stands in the Domain, north of the Botanical Gardens and looking over Farm Cove.
210 x 155 mm. A view of the large block of sandstone, with carved steps and a carved inscription, with Farm Cove partly visible at the left of the picture. The carving was done in 1816 so that the Governor’s wife could rest and look across the harbour on the walk back from the town to Government House.
206 x 160 mm. A view looking down on the Middle Harbour from a hillside showing the steep, wooded banks of the opposite shore.
203 x 154 mm. A view looking west up the Parramatta River, which is crossed by an iron girder bridge. In the foreground are scattered houses and fields.
201 x 150 mm. A general view along Pitt Street, with horse carriages and pedestrians in the street.
202 x 155 mm. A view in the harbour, showing sailing boats racing.
180 x 111 mm. A similar view to Y308A/107 , with plants and scrub in the foreground.
205 x 144 mm. A view from the junction of Bathurst Street and George Street, with St Andrew’s Cathedral on the left and the Town Hall on the right.
207 x 157 mm. A view from the military establishment at Inner South Head with two soldiers standing by a canon and a man and a woman looking out to sea. Across the bay can be seen the cliffs of North Head.
206 x 158 mm. A view of the East Front of the main University buildings with the Great Hall at the right.
189 x 110 mm. A view of the ship, almost totally submerged apart from masts and funnels, with Fort Denison visible in the background. The ‘Austral’ sank in Neutral Bay on November 11th 1882, taking a heavy list while coaling. Five people died. The ship was refloated in February 1883.
178 x 110 mm. A view of the Lithgow Zig-Zag, a massive piece of railway engineering by John Whitton, which enabled the railways to descend on the far side of the Blue Mountains on the Western Line from Sydney. These viaducts were opened in 1869.