Elizabeth Street

Elizabeth Street can refer to:

  • Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, Australia
  • Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Australia
  • Elizabeth Street, Lexington, Kentucky
  • Elizabeth Street (Manhattan), New York
  • Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Australia
  • Elizabeth Street, Sydney, Australia
  • Elizabeth Street (Toronto), Canada
  • Elizabeth Street School, Worcester, Massachusetts

Other articles related to "streets, elizabeth street, street":

Trams In Sydney - Eastern Suburbs Lines - Rosebery Line
... in 1902 initially via Chalmers and Redfern Streets and south along Elizabeth Street to Zetland via Elizabeth Street ... of the Eastern Suburbs Railway, a new line was constructed down Elizabeth Street between Devonshire Street and Redfern Street and the route was deviated to run down this new section ...
Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
... / 27.4703°S 153.026°E / -27.4703 153.026 Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, Australia is a major street in the centre of the city ... The street was established at the beginning of settlement in Brisbane as a penal colony ... Most of the street is fronted by low-level retail outlets, with an increase in mixed use skyscrapers being recently constructed ...
Flinders Street Station - Tram Services - Elizabeth Street
19 - North Coburg (Sydney and Bakers Road) via Elizabeth Street, Royal Parade and Sydney Road 57 - West Maribyrnong (Cordite Avenue and Central Park Avenue) via ...
Rosebery, New South Wales - History - Trams
... in 1902 and initially ran via Chalmers and Redfern Streets and south along Elizabeth Street to Zetland via Elizabeth Street ...
Elizabeth Street School
... Elizabeth Street School is a historic school at 31 Elizabeth Street in Worcester, Massachusetts ...

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