Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-267B (VR-HKG), departing Sydney Airport, August 1979.
One of my favourite airline liveries, the epitome of 70s/80s jet-setting glamour (with the exception of British Airways’ “Landor” livery, especially on a Concorde) with a sheen of functionality and a hint of “Far East” exoticism before yearly boozy trips to Vietnam were commonplace.
V/Line Coach (in classic orange/green livery), awaiting passengers at Spencer Street Station.
A reminder of those signs at Spencer Street (#istillcallitspencerstreetstation) or Bendigo directing passengers to the coaches (and wondering why they would take a coach). And that terrific mural inside ‘modernist’ Spencer Street.