Photos - Surprises - Paintings / Murals (continued)
Just happened to be at the corner of Princes Highway and Alfred Street
for this shot when that cyclone hit Sydenham.
No, you can't tie up your camel and take a balloon
flight from the centre of Sydney city. This excellent
work adorns part of the Sydney Harbour Bridge access,
beside Cumberland Street, The Rocks.
The historic area of Sydney City, The
Rocks, has a large painting/mural showing development
over many decades. It’s in Nurses Walk, between
George and Harrington Streets.
Cambridge Street, The Rocks, as it was and is.
A colourful way to decorate a stone building
between the railway lines in Turrella. It can be seen from
Was Lawrence Hargrave an engineer, explorer, astronomer or aeronautical pioneer?
Yes, and also the inventor of the box kite.
The school named after him is where you would expect: Lawrence Hargrave Road, Warwick Farm.
See this railway mural between Waverton and Wollstonecraft stations.
Watch the football or the train near Arncliffe station, or from Arncliffe Street, Wolli Creek.
That's not what I meant when I told you to sweep up, Billy.
School wall in Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo.
In Bourke Street, Zetand, you can look through the hole in the wall to see what's going on inside the …
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