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Railway crossing at Balcombe Road Mentone showing signal box and boom gates.

Date:
1960
Creator:
Ken Lemmon
Courtesy:
Paul Lemmon

Grave of Jessie Robinson at Williamstown Cemetery, ‘Killed in execution of her duty at Mentone.’ 

Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

Funeral procession of F T Le Page leaving the Cheltenham Church of Christ. Ministers of the Church lead the procession followed by members of the Star of Moorabbin, Order of the Sons of Temperance Friendly Society wearing broad collars.

Date:
1927
Courtesy:
Len Le Page

Parade on Charman Road Cheltenham with horse drawn vehicles, band and G. Allnutt as parade marshall on his horse.

Date:
1900
Creator:
Percy Fairlam
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Certificate of initiation for Star of Moorabbin Division of Order of Sons of Temperance for the initiation of Francis Le Page into the Moorabbin Division, 28 September 1868.

Date:
1868
Courtesy:
Len Le Page

Aerial view of Mordialloc Creek taken during Moorabbin Air Show Promotional flight.

Date:
1987

Labour candidate for Chelsea, Michael Duffy, standing in the Mordialloc Creek pointing to the polluted sediment.

Date:
1976

Drawing showing Jack Pompei's proposal for the development of the Mordialloc Creek.

Date:
1997
Courtesy:
Jack Pompei

Mordialloc Creek in flood, scallop fishing boat moored.

Date:
2009
Courtesy:
Ian Lording

Jack Pompei standing on a sand bar at the mouth of the Mordialloc Creek.

Date:
1976
Courtesy:
Jack Pompei

Mouth of the Mordialloc Creek with the Bridge Hotel in the distance and the sports ground on the left.

Date:
1910
Courtesy:
Ida Reynolds

Mordialloc Creek 1888, Sutherland, A.,Victoria and Its Metropolis, Kingston Collection.

Date:
1888
Courtesy:
A. Sutherland

Last meeting of Chelsea councillors and former councillors, 5 December 1994. Bruce Kyberd in the wheel chair.

Date:
1994

Church of Christ, Chesterville Road, Cheltenham.

Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Cheltenham Rifle Club Committee. Edwin Penny middle row second from right.

Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Edwin Penny with his wife Sarah Anne (Coleman).

Courtesy:
Jenene Nelson

Captain Kenny’s Baths at Brighton Beach, c1900.

Date:
1900

Penny Family. Back Row left to right – Clifford Penny, Reubin Penny, Edwin Penny. Front Row – Herbert Penny, Edwin Thomas Penny, Hilda Penny and Lyton Penny.

Courtesy:
E L Penny

Group of Young Men with glasses and binoculars. R Monk and E Penny in back row.

Creator:
Percy Fairlam
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Edwin Penny, Councillor and President of the Shire of Moorabbin.

Courtesy:
City of Kingston

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City of Kingston acknowledges the Kulin Nation as the custodians of the land on which the municipality is a part and pays respect to their Elders, past and present. Council is a member of the Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC).