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Photos - Sydney South (continued)


Narwee

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I think I'm in Narwee.
I know I'm in Penshurst Road.


Oyster Bay

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V for Victory. I’ve finished Caravan Head Road and finished Oyster Bay.


Pagewood

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An odd collection - appropriately, these are in Page Street, Pagewood.


Pagewood

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Pagewood has one of Sydney’s few railway level crossings. The industrial line to Port Botany splits Banksia Street.


Peakhurst Heights

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The residents of Rainbow and Sunshine Parades, Peakhurst Heights, put up the welcoming decorations for Alan’s progress through their suburb.


Peakhurst Heights

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Found in Vista Avenue, Peakhurst Heights: an old drain cover. What does MWS &DB stand for? The Metropolitan Water, Sewerage and Drainage Board was the old name for the government authority that was renamed Sydney Water. That was a good move, reducing the number of words from six to two and the number of letters from 41 to 11.


Phillip Bay

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It's no secret that Botany Cemetery is in Phillip Bay - it covers about half the suburb. The secret is what's inside it. This Italian/Greek section is stunning, with well-kept graves all bearing fresh colourful flowers.


Pleasure Point

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It is indeed a pleasure point. See this in a park at the bottom of Pleasure Point Road, Pleasure Point.


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