The car crashes and traffic accidents of Sydney‘s past are revealed through compelling photographs from the Justice & Police Museum‘s archive. The motor car emerged as an essential form of personal transport in the 1920s and increasingly police were called to investigate traffic-related offences. A selection of images taken by police photographers in the aftermath of incidents that occurred between the early 1920s and 1964 will be on display in the Archive Gallery.
Admission: Adult $8 | Child/Concession $4 | Family $17 | Members free
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