Here is a plaque on the front of the Wimmera Bakery building I discovered during another ISO walk. The last part which you won't be able to read says, "Architect: Norman Hitchcock, 1836 - 1899. His legacy of 100 ornate buildings from Brunswick to Toorak are wonderful examples of late nineteenth century bourgeois tastes".
St Martins Youth Theatre has been around for as long as I can remember and most of its properties are in St Martins Lane, South Yarra. While we have never attended a production, we really should as it has an excellent reputation and young performers should really be encouraged. Of course its operations have been suspended for obvious reasons. Opposite St Martins is this building, very commercial looking.
Sure enough. On the side it says Motor Engineers, Panels and then something else which I can't read in the photo. I'd better have another ISO walk along St Martins Lane to see what the last word is. I am rather amazed to discover there was so much commerce in a now very expensive residential enclave.
Later edit: The sign says Motor Engineers (and) Panel Beaters.