Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Instead of the usual flat ground, Randwick cemetery
in South Coogee occupies a Malabar Road hill.
Early sunlight creates an eerie atmosphere
on the coastal walk around Honeycombe Bay, South Coogee.
Alan walking George Street, Sydney, when he was a little younger – 1936 at age 22.
There's some doubt about these four Sydney city photos.
Crowds flocking to Sussex Street, Sydney, to see the road damage from the Y2K bug earthquake?
(See next three photos)
Clarence Street office windows suffering severely from the earthquake that hit Sydney in 2000?.
(See previous and next two photos)
Even worse is the Y2K damage on the corner of Kent and Napoleon Streets, Sydney?
(See previous two and next photos)
This is about all there is of Slip Street, Sydney.
Ask anyone who lives or works in Sydney city where Slip Street is and they'll look blank.
It's a tiny street off Sussex Street, named after the earthquake?
Or maybe none of these were earthquake-related, but just a distorted mirror reflections of work in progress,
a former expressway connection, an architect's windows design and Slip Street cranes.
(See previous three photos)
Traffic lanes in Angel Place, Sydney
(See next photo)
Sorry, pedestrian lanes in the 31-storey Angel Place building on the corner of Pitt Street and Angel Place.
Their web site informs us that 'the management team continually benchmark against competitors'
(See previous photo)