A Pictorial History
|Book Size||215 x 158 x 14 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||1 Dec 2008|
|Subject Classification||Travel & holiday / Places & peoples: pictorial works|
Old Sydney commemorates, in pictures, Sydney's journey from the early days of settlement to the opening of its crowning glory, the Harbour Bridge.
As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Sydney is worth celebrating. Fascinating photographs detail how familiar scenes such as George Street, Martin Place and Bennelong Point used to look up to 200 years ago, as well as the fashion, transport and recreation of the day.
Ian Collis is a well known rugby league historian - he has one of the largest collections of sporting memorabilia in Australia. His passion for rugby league comes from his father Joseph, who was a pioneer of the North Ryde Junior Rugby League Club in the Balmain Junior League and a former Club president before playing a role in the formation of the Ryde United JRL Club. Ian is currently the Head of Fox Sports Statistics.