Pictures relating to Maldon, VIC

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Bonzle users have contributed 25 pictures of Maldon covering the years from 1991 to 2009:

There are too many pictures of Maldon to display all together, so we've split them by year
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Picture of / about 'Maldon' Victoria - Maldon Historic  Gold Mining Village1 - Maldon Historic Gold Mining Village (Contributed by: Bluedog  358 pictures  )
Maldon is a charming historic town which looks almost as though time has stood still since the end of the 19th century. Maldon is Victoria’s best preserved gold rush town with its carefully maintained colonial buildings and historic precinct. In 2006, the National Trust awarded the "Most Intact Historic Streetscape" title to Maldon. The town has 21 sites listed on the Australian Register of the National Estate. Its 19th century streets showcase an eclectic mix of galleries, collectables, handcrafts, old pubs, cafes, provedores, restaurants and more.
In 1966 Maldon became the first Victorian town to be classified as a "Notable Town" by the National Trust. In fact, only 2 towns have ever received this classification. This honour reflects an appreciation of its remarkably well-preserved historic streetscape with its European trees, wide verandahs, flagstone paving, old-fashioned shop fronts, quaint cottages with attractive gardens, and its many stone buildings erected in the heyday of the goldmining era

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Picture of / about 'Maldon' Victoria - Maldon Histroic Mining town2 - Maldon Histroic Mining town (Contributed by: Bluedog  358 pictures  )
The town itself was once a thriving metropolis. Maldon's reputation as a picturesque historic town, known for its intact 19th century commercial center is well established. One of the most important late 19th and early 20th century townscapes in Victoria, Maldon began as a gold rush town in 1854 with the discovery of alluvial gold at the base of Mt Tarrangower. It developed as an industrial mining town during the later years of the 1800s. As one of Victoria's richest quartz mining centers, various mines at various times recorded the highest returns in the State. Mining declined in the first years of the 20th century, the last mine of the era closed in 1926, and the town's population and fortunes similarly declined....

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