Flinders Lane

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City Of Rockingham - History
... The agricultural hall on the corner of Flinders Lane and Kent Street in Rockingham was used for the Roads Board's administration until an office was constructed for the Roads Board on the corner of Office Road and ... was constructed for the Roads Board in 1946 on the corner of Flinders Lane and Kent Street ... to be the rightful civic heart of Rockingham, as evidenced by the Shire's decision to construct Flinders Hall on Flinders Lane, despite the new Council offices ...
Flinders Lane, Melbourne - Geography
... Flinders Lane runs roughly from east to west and it bisects the CBD (known as the Hoddle Grid) along its long axis ... Flinders Lane runs between the parallel Flinders Street and Collins streets ...
2007 Melbourne CBD Shootings - The Shootings
... At the corner of William Street and Flinders Lane, two male bystanders, 43-year old solicitor Brendan Keilar and 25-year old Dutch backpacker Paul de Waard attempted to assist Douglas ... Douglas, from Sydney, had been staying in the Punt Hill apartments on Flinders Lane ... jacket in a nearby construction site on Flinders Street between Queen and Bond Streets, where they were found by a construction worker about an hour later ...
Bligh Place, Melbourne
... It is a short, quiet and narrow open laneway, running north from Flinders Lane between Elizabeth Street and Queen Street in the central business district of Melbourne ... and the financial centre of Melbourne, Bligh Place is a short lane which connects across Flinders Lane with University Place and University Arcade through to ... The lane was developed in the 1990s following the location of Victoria University to the inner city campus and has a heritage building which was restored in the late 1990s on the eastern entrance and some converted ...

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