Photos - Sydney East (continued)
This Trafalgar Street building is now a
block of Annandale residential units. What was it originally?
(a) a block of residential units (b) a block of offices (c)
a piano factory. (Click here
to go to the answer.)
A fine example of imaginative architecture is the sloping walls at
Balmain Bowling Club's rear entrance in Charles Street.
If you think that your eyes are deceiving you,
check the similar but smaller version in Ewenton Street.
Splashes of colour enliven shady Longview Street, Balmain.
Yes, it's finally conceding defeat, but we should remember that this house in Beattie Street,
Balmain, was one of Sydney's earliest and weathered the storm for around 130 years.
Who holds the Sydney record for longest time
in the same job? We didn't know, but assumed Terry Gordon
came close. The plaque adorns the Painters and Dockers Union
hall in Mort Street, Balmain.
Now we do know. Kevin Donaldson worked on Auburn Council garbage
trucks for an amazing 54 years. But that's only part of it
- he did the same run all that time!
The Orange Peel Café graces the corner of Beattie and Evans Streets, Balmain.
A sample of the many tiny houses in and around Gibbes Street,
... but, even this narrow, they can sell
for nearly half a million dollars in Gibbes Street,
Why do the laws of refraction and reflection
not seem to apply consistently at Muddy Creek’s
boat ramps in Banksia?
Going by car sure beats going by foot. The entrance to Banksmeadow's shipping terminal.