ⓘ City of Sandringham

City of Sandringham

ⓘ City of Sandringham

The City of Sandringham was a local government area about 20 kilometres south of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia, on the eastern side of Port Phillip. The city covered an area of 14.97 square kilometres, and existed from 1917 until 1994.

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  • York Cottage is a house in the grounds of Sandringham House in Norfolk, England. The cottage was originally called the Bachelor s Cottage, and built as
  • Auckland City Football Club is a New Zealand semi - professional football club based in the suburb of Sandringham in Auckland, New Zealand. They currently
  • city of Trondheim. The disaster killed 19 people among the survivors was the philosopher Bertrand Russell. The flying boat was a Short Sandringham
  • October 2013. Who s who of players who have played football for the Sandringham Football Club, 1929 - 1996, Page T Fortune City Retrieved 15 October 2013
  • Hampton and Sandringham Victoria. It was named after Sandringham Football Club coach Trevor Barker, who died of cancer in 1996 at the age of 39, after
  • 61673 Spirit of Sandringham is an LNER B17 class 4 - 6 - 0 steam locomotive which is being built in Llangollen on the Llangollen Railway by the B17 Steam Locomotive
  • south - eastern Melbourne suburb of South Yarra, in Victoria, Australia, on the Pakenham, Cranbourne, Frankston and Sandringham lines. V Line s Bairnsdale rail
  • covering a large area of mixed agricultural and semi - urban land. After years of agitation, in 1917 the seaside town of Sandringham became a borough with
  • Hampton, Sandringham Beaumaris and Mentone. Caulfield became a Shire in 1871 and a City in 1913 Moorabbin became a Shire in 1874 and a City in 1934.
  • on the Sandringham railway line, in addition to bus services. Comprising seven wards, it is predominantly an amalgamation of three former cities St Kilda

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