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Photos - Sydney North (continued)

Longueville

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Nineteen massive movie vans swamp Kingsford-Smith Oval, Longueville, as a base for two days for 200 staff involved in the filming of a segment for the Superman movie. How long will the segment be? About 16 seconds.


Longueville

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Pioneer aviator Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith had a boat shed in Dunois Street, Longueville.


Manly Vale

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“Look at this, dears! Here in Manly Vale is the goose who does nothing but walk around the streets all the time.” Manly Dam residents can’t believe it.


Manly Vale

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I’m hell of a tired. Why do I have to walk this dam path? Find it by walking the impressive route from Southern Cross Way, Allambie Heights, to King Street, Manly Vale.


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.


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