Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Darling Harbour

Unfortunately, I've not been able to find images of Darling Harbour circa 1920's, but these are a bit more gothic, and thus gives a little flavor to the tale as if Stoker was writing of Dracula, rather than Lovecraft of Cthulhu. In any case, these 1892 images evoke the feel of the drama.


The Morrison Co.'s freighter Vigilant, bound from Valparaiso, arrived this morning at its wharf in Darling Harbour ... Call of Cthulhu

The Entrance to Darling Harbour, NSW
Darling Harbour, from the Pyrmont Bridge
Source of Print- Australasia Illustrated I by Garran, 1st Ed, 1892

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