The Best Ye Olde Photos of Bendigo from 1860 to 1869

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Bendigo was called Sandhurst in the 1860’s

| 1860 Police Barracks | Sandhurst | 1861 Bendigo Hospital | 1861 Bendigo Advertiser | 1861 Saleyards | 1861 Metropolitan Hotel | Lost Photos of Bendigo | Benjamin Pierce Batchelder | Bendigo in 1860 | Old Central Victorian Photo Map | Before and After Slider | Download Historical Photos|

Photos of Bendigo acknowledges the State Library Victoria and the State Library of New South Wales as the source of the digital content seen in this gallery.

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