Photos - Surprises - Signs (continued)
Malabar Road, South Coogee is forging ahead.
Their shops are now open on Mondays - but what about
the other days?.
In South Granville, who does the wanton
damage? Chiswick Road vandals? Visiting Heart Foundation
ambassadors? For the answer, see below.
No, you do it yourself. Only buses are
allowed through here.
In Lavinia Street, South Granville, local
buses are doing their bit to promote fitness.
Even though our sign in Wellington Road,
South Granvile, explains how to enter (advice that most businesses
fail to give) some people still don’t get the message.
1. To stay healthy
2. To make new discoveries
3. To find something to smile about
4. To meet new people
5. To save money
Hope that answers the question posed on the Great Western Highway at South Wentworthville.
Easter in Military Road, Spit Junction, makes us ask: how many other words contain the spoken 'w'?
If you can think of one, you're clever. Two: brilliant. Three: another Einstein.
She is, too. She doesn't bark when you walk past in Applebee Street, St Peters.
His preferred shift is dog watch. See him in Brown Street, St Peters.
Of all the signs in our collection, this one in Edith Street, St Peters, would be the cheapest to purchase and easiest to erect.
We should all learn from it.
Double trouble: these twin signs on the Cosgrove Road/Liverpool Road corner can't agree on the name of their suburb.
(It's Strathfield South, as confirmed by the Government Names Board, which also
confirms that the official name for the corresponding suburb is North Strathfield. Life is strange.)