|Top: George St looking north up to the monorail crossing at Liverpool Street. Below Left: Looking south down George St in 1873. Below Right: Looking south down George Street in 1900.|
|Looking south down George Street where the monorail crosses at Liverpool Street.|
The above map 'Plan de la Ville de Sydney', drawn by a visiting French artist, Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, in November 1802, shows the vicinity. I have indicated some current landmarks to help you orient yourself.
|Above: Close to the intersection of George & Bathurst looking south.|
|Top: Both these shots are from close to the same spot which is the intersection of George & Liverpool facing south now crossed by the monorail. The left shot was 1930, the right was 1957. Below: Taken from the intersection of George with Park & Druitt streets in front of the Town Hall facing south looking in the direction of Brickfield Hill.|