Photos - Sydney North
You English visitors aren’t jealous,
are you? Our Artarmon village green, alongside the railway
station, could barely squeeze a wicket into its tiny
No more traffic here in Broughton Road these
Artarmon’s Hawkins Street trees
take a while to decide what to do with their branches.
But once the decision is made, then there is not the
Reminding us of a pipe organ, branches
in Stewart Street, Artarmon, strive heavenwards.
On the Reserve Road overpass at Artarmon
during expressway widening, they don’t welcome
visiting walkers like they do in Balgowlah
To get to the rest of Artarmon on the
other side of the Gore Hill Freeway, I decided to take
the long cut.
You can pass the time while waiting for your
train by studying the advertising billboards at Artarmon station.
A photographer for the Hornsby and Upper North
Shore Advocate captures Alan on the link between Queens and
Hazelmead Roads, Asquith.
(Also see next photo)
Residents combined to make a delight of this pathway linking Queens and Hazelmead Roads, Asquith.
(Also see previous photo)
Don't make any noise. It upsets the chewing
gum. Wrigley's holds two records: it was the first product
to have a bar code and it dominates its market like
no other (98.6% of the chewing gum market). The company's
Sydney office is in Michigan Avenue, Asquith.