Cattle fair in Eyre Square
Description:A photograph of a horse market in Eyre Square. The photograph was taken in 1945. There are a large number of horses in the square and there is a large number of men. Many of the men have sticks. Most of the men are wearing caps. One man has a bicycle. There are some cars in the Square and one bus. There is a building on the right covered in ivy and there are railings in front of this building. There is a bicycle leaning against the railings. To the left of this, there is a building with the name "J. Lenihan" over its door. There is an electricity pole in front of this shop. Next to this is the "Royal Hotel". It has two doors with fanlight windows over each one. It has a large arched doorway with the words "Royal Hotel Garage" written across the two doors. Beside this door, there is a door with "J. T. Costelloe" written overhead. There is a large hotel in front of the Royal Hotel. Next to this there is a building with the words "Imperial Hotel" written on its wall. Left of this building, there is a building with the words "Joyce, Mackie & Lougheed". Left of this building, there is a building with the name "James S. Ward". In the foreground, electric wires can be seen at the top of the picture.