Johnston St once had many car businesses on it, and a couple remain further westwards. This former wrecker is now a furniture showroom.

crete-wrecking Fitzroy history: from car wrecker to furniture

Courtesy of SLV / Committee for Urban Action (CUA) collection / Accession no(s): CUAFY111/6 / photographer: unknown / copyright: used under the fair dealings provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 / c1970-1974

proforma Fitzroy history: from car wrecker to furniture

Fitzroy history: from car wrecker to furniture

3 thoughts on “Fitzroy history: from car wrecker to furniture

  • 24 September 2015 at 1:31 am

    ‘Shame about the little pricks that keep tagging the building. I don’t get these brats I really don’t. There’s a tonne of places to go, and if worst comes to worst at least have the decency to hit up a multinational like Coles rather than a small business that has to dip into their already squeezed profit margin to clean up their shit.

    • 24 September 2015 at 1:36 am

      They’re like dogs pissing on posts to mark their territory, and are about as clever. Intelligent people cannot comprehend their behaviour because we cannot make ourselves stupid enough to relate to it. They don’t care who owns or rents the building.

  • 21 March 2017 at 4:38 pm

    Wow! It’s always interesting to see the change from past to future.


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