It's just funny to have these signs that go everywhere. Yeah, the series is long done, but we'll always have the memories.
Cesspits (old-fashioned long drop toilets) were closed across the city in the early 1870s, leaving large empty holes in the ground.
Our wasteful ways and “throw away” culture are firmly entrenched. To understand why, we might turn our attention to the great social and economic transformation that occurred after the discovery of gold (by Europeans) in Victoria in 1851.
Archaeological excavations across Melbourne have uncovered masses of rubbish dating back to the Gold Rush era of the 1850s and 1860s.
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