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Photos - Sydney North (continued)


North Sydney

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Bank Street, North Sydney: The delivery people do make it hard to collect the morning paper, but at least it is easy to see when the gutters need cleaning


North Sydney

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We probably could have guessed the location, but not the times. Few churches now have as many services as this one in McLaren Street, North Sydney.


North Sydney

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Remember when most churches had a Sunday School? St Peter's, in Blues Point Road, North Sydney, has one of the few remaining.


North Sydney

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St Peter also owns the church hall in Miller Street, North Sydney, where ‘there is only a step between me and death.’ (1 Samuel 20:4)


North Sydney

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Same premises. Presumably not same management. Smoke to your health on the corner of Pacific Highway and Berry Street, North Sydney.


North Sydney

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A moving column. Originally at Sydney’s main post office, it was moved in 1863, 1937 and 1988. Until it next packs its bags, you can see it in Elizabeth Plaza, at the foot of Denison Street, North Sydney.


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North Sydney

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In St Leonards Park, North Sydney, we came up with a brilliant idea: place the lights down the centre of the paths. Now we can sit back, relax and watch on CCTV as the cyclists and pedestrians crash into them.


North Sydney

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High pedestrian in Arthur Street, North Sydney.


North Willoughby

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Remember the old days when fun for kids meant billy-carts, kites and climbing trees? It’s retro in Horsley Avenue, North Willoughby, and it’s a tree worth climbing.


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