Traffic running smoothly at the Adelaide St and Queen Street at Petrie Bight; 19...

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Traffic running smoothly at the Adelaide St and Queen Street at Petrie Bight

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Traffic running smoothly at the Adelaide St and Queen Street at Petrie Bight. The Union Hotel on RHS (now gone) is site of Stockland Bldg. In the distance LHS is the Orient Hotel (cnr Queen and Ann Streets). The picture is taken from Queen St corner (site of Old National Hotel, looking towards Fortitude Valley. Believed to be the first traffic signals in Brisbane and were lit on 21 January 1936.

Date Made

1936

Measurements

S68

Object number

PM2937

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Brisbane
Queensland
traffic
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