I thought it would be interesting to take a look back in time, at the towns where the Mobile Library stops.
On Monday, it stops at Bunyip, Garfield and Tynong.
Bunyip - Main Street, 1908.
Photograph: Call of the Bunyip by Denise Nest.
Garfield - Looking down Main Street, 1910.
Tynong - Looking west
On Tuesday, it stops at Beaconsfield Upper and Gembrook.
Beaconsfield Upper - Wilson's store
Photograph: Upper Beaconsfield: an early history by Charles Wilson
Gembrook - Walker's Store
On Wednesday, it stops at Beaconsfield.
Beaconsfield - Woods Street
Photograph: Beaconsfield History Group
On Thursday, it stops at Maryknoll and Cockatoo.
Maryknoll - Post Office and General Store, 1969.
Photograph: Maryknoll: history of a Catholic Rural Settlement by Gael White (2002)
Cockatoo - Fairbridge's store
On Friday, it stops at Lang Lang and Koo-Wee-Rup.
Lang Lang - Main Street
Photograph: Koo-Wee-Rup Swamp Historical Society collection
Koo-Wee-Rup - Rossiter Road, 1923
Photograph: Koo-Wee-Rup Swamp Historical Society collection.
On Saturday, it's back to Bunyip.
Bunyip - Pearson and Company store, c. 1905.
Photograph: Call of the Bunyip by Denise Nest
If this has inspired you to visit the Mobile Library then click here for the link to the time table.