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Photos - Sydney North (continued)


McMahons Point

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Three of Sydney’s best-known icons seen at McMahons Point: the harbour bridge, opera house and my socks.


McMahons Point

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McMahons Point's Thomas Street parking station


McMahons Point

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Thomas Street truth test:
Are you sure you've done your cycling exercise this morning, Billy?
Of course I have, Mummy. Would I lie?


McMahons Point

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The address is Blues Point Road, McMahons Point, but I don’t know the number.

McMahons Point

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This ship doesn’t carry many passengers these days. It lives beside the North Sydney Circle Walk, at Sawmillers Reserve, McMahons Point.


Milsons Point

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At the bottom of Alfred Street, Milsons Point, is a footpath under the harbour bridge. It’s popular with photographers.

Milsons Point

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What is almost directly under the pylon behind Alan? The other crossing of Sydney Harbour, namely the harbour tunnel.


Milsons Point

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See this tangle of Luna Park rides above you when you do the boardwalk from Bay View Street, McMahons Point, to Alfred Street South, Milsons Point.


Milsons Point

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How many rivets or bolts does it take to hold this bridge together? (see next photo)


Milsons Point

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Six million, some of which we can see at Alfred Street South, Milsons Point. Hand me the spanner, please, so I can take one as a souvenir.


Naremburn

In a freezing climate, these could be for curling practice - here it is for practising curling a cricket ball to the batsman.


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