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Fairfield Heights

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I go to the Fairfield Heights St Mary's Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East. It's in Polding Street.


Fairfield Heights

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Bodalla Street, Fairfield Heights, sets a new standard in witty signs.


Fairfield Heights

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They told me to go to the corner of The Boulevarde and Kihilba Street, Fairfield Heights. Is there a post office around here somewhere, please?


Fairlight

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See if you can break Fairlight’s Clifford Avenue record.


Georges Heights

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Does Dominion Crescent have the most informative sign in Georges Heights?


Gladesville

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This one is College Street, Gladesville


Glendenning

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And don’t dare to play football in the swimming pool either. A Richmond Road warning at Glendenning.


Glendenning

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Jamieson Place, Glendenning: No, surely not!


Glendenning

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This is the only sign in Cox Place, Glendenning.


Granville

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Years shown on buildings are usually between the mid-1800s and around 1920. That was until Good Street, Granville, smashed the record.


Granville

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If only everybody were as polite as they are in Cowper Street, Granville.



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