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Who Would Have Thought – America’s Cup

Who would have thought....     Unlike the America's Cup being challenged 36 times throughout its 165 year history, the 'Holroyd Cup'

Who Would Have Thought – America’s Cup 2018-01-24T15:40:04+00:00

Who Would Have Thought-Broken Hill Company

In 1885, Charles Rasp, a lonely boundary rider, pegged out a 40 acre prospectors claim in a little known area in Western

Who Would Have Thought-Broken Hill Company 2018-01-24T18:06:10+00:00

Who Would Have Thought- Sydney Town Hall

When you think of Sydney landmarks, the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House spring first to one's mind.  But before those

Who Would Have Thought- Sydney Town Hall 2018-01-24T18:04:35+00:00

Who Would Have Thought – Salvation Army

Who would have thought.... Though founded in London's East End in 1865, it wasn't until 1880 that the Salvation Army made its

Who Would Have Thought – Salvation Army 2018-01-24T18:08:09+00:00

Who Would Have Thought – Ned Kelly

Who would have thought notorious Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, was hanged in Melbourne on the 11th November 1880.  Though slightly earlier, that

Who Would Have Thought – Ned Kelly 2018-01-24T15:00:27+00:00

Who Would Have Thought – Dishwasher

  Who would have thought that the first working automatic dishwasher was a wooden tub with a wire basket in it.  It

Who Would Have Thought – Dishwasher 2018-01-24T14:55:55+00:00

Who Would Have Thought – Orient Express

Londres - Paris - Constantinople       In 1883, travelling between Paris and Constantinople, the long and famous distance passenger train,

Who Would Have Thought – Orient Express 2018-01-24T14:57:15+00:00

Who Would Have Thought – Votes for Woman

Women want to Vote Who would have thought that in 1880 when the Balmain Bowling Club was formed, woman did not have

Who Would Have Thought – Votes for Woman 2018-01-24T15:05:06+00:00

Who would have thought – the Electric Iron

Who would have thought   Weighing nearly 7 kilos, on the 6th June 1882, Henry Seeley registered his invention, the electric iron. 

Who would have thought – the Electric Iron 2018-01-24T15:12:46+00:00