Save the Cavalcade of Transport mural at Spencer Street Station.

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For far too long the Cavalcade of Transport mural, which is now buried behind air conditioning ducts and light fittings at Spencer Street factory outlet, has been hidden from the view of everyone. The mural is of significance in as much as it depicts the history of transport in Victoria from 1835 to 1935, it was created by the only person to ever by appointed to the position of "State Artist", Mr Harold Freedman and it belongs to the people of Victoria and should be displayed with pride, not left to languish above a group of shops where it is invisible. The mural needs a new home sooner rather than later so that future generations can gaze upon this masterpiece much as I did in 1972 while I was a junior station assistant with the then mighty Victorian Railways, please help us to save the Cavalcade of Transport in the memory of Mr Harold Freedman.



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