John Wren's Tote. 148 (formerly 136) Johnston St, Collingwood was the site of John Wren's tote from 1839 to 1907. The shop, a tobacconist and tea merchant, was a front for illegal gambling which took place in the yard behind. It was used by local people and as often raided by the police. Frank Hardy's novel 'Power Without Glory' is based on John Wren's life.

148 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia

Former Kodak Factory. Thomas Baker became the first to produce photographic dry plates in Australia when he established the Austral Plate Company in 1884 at his home opposite this site. He and John Rouse formed Australian Kodak in 1908, then built this five storey concave brick factory in 1928 to house their expanding photographic business. It manufactured Kodak products - coated paper, X-ray film and film - until 1959. Collingwood Historical Society 2007.

4 Southampton Crescent, Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia

Former Alma Wool Scouring Works. Wool scouring works were established in 1861 by Peter Nettleton, who also built his bluestone villa on this site. His fellmongery became a major local industry, with 3,000 sheepskins being processed weekly by 1870. The washing and soaking processes severely polluted the river. The basement arcades of the woolshed by the river bank are architecturally significant. The Alma Wool Scouring Company operated at the site from 1920 to 1980. Collingwood Historical Society 2007.

663 Victoria Street, Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia

Former Yarra Falls Mills. Yarra Falls Spinning Co, later Yarra Falls Ltd, built its first mill for spinning wool yarn in Johnston St near the Yarra River in 1918. The company became a leader of Australia's textile industry. In 1922 a wool weaving mill was built at 80-110 Trenerry Cres and in 1928 the Austral Silk and Cotton Mills at 112 Trenerry Cres. The BYFAS silk mill, built in 1937, manufactured parachute silk during World War II. Collingwood Historical Society 2007.

8 Trenerry Crescent, Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia