Princess' Theatre, Spring Street. Generally the apostrophe has been dropped but it's still on the theatre itself and is still used at times. The positioning of the apostrophe tells us it was named after two princesses and I did look it up once some years ago, and that is true.
The Comedy Theatre. Unless they have been replaced, the seats are very uncomfortable but we have some good shows there.
Very early buildings in Little Lonsdale Street, once an area for all kinds of vice related activity including the brothels of Madame Brussels who I wrote about a couple of years ago.
This looks like a fine Winter's day. It took some finding out for this post but the Salvation Army Training School is now a backpacker's hotel. Well, it was when I took the photo.
Also in Victoria Parade is the Eastern Hill Fire Station with its tower to look over the city and spot fires. It is now an overpriced Fire Museum and I visited it a few years ago. Not great value.
Looking in the other direction across Victoria Parade.
Turner Alley in the city. I love imagining about bricked up windows and doors.