Fresh fruit and vegetables have always been sought after by South Australians. This is as true now as it was in the 1860’s, when the carts and wagons gathered at East Terrace as part of the East End Produce Market hustle and bustle.
The images in the GALLERY below, photographed by Tim Gladdis, were taken in 1987, the year the markets closed. They depict the soul of the market – the buyers, the sellers, the buildings, the laden barrows and the trucks, the ornate facades and textured memories of those final days.
These images are subject to copyright and are available in Tim’s book, Market Of Plenty.
For copies of the book, please contact:
M: 0422 749 615