Photos - Sydney West (continued)
In Modern Avenue, Canterbury: This is where we welcome
Street directories show it as a footpath,
but itís a grass passage for 250 metres and three blocks between Barkley and Wilcock Streets, Carramar.
A criminal in regulation-issue
reds attempts a break from behind bars under Wianamatta
Nearly every Sydney suburb boasts pairs
of shoes thrown over power lines. But by focussing outside
the square, Selwyn Place, Cartwright, stakeholders facilitated
an iron-clad action plan guaranteeing a high return
Through most of Cartwright you find houses
fronting not a road but a pathway. Paths alternate with narrow,
short streets, as here between Selwyn and Edgeworth Places.
A piece of history from the former Lysaght
Engineering Works, now part of the massive Meriton complex
on Blackwall Point Road, Chiswick.
Just off Anzac Street, Chullora, this apprentice
railway signaller needs to hurry to switch the tracks.
That dark shadow in the background may just be the train
coming around the corner.
I’m sick of walking. I think
I’ll take up cycling.
On second thoughts, I’ll stay with walking.
See the cycle where you’d expect it to be - at
the recycle centre, in Chullora’s Muir Street.
One of the many attractive driveways that
are a feature of Clemton Park is this one from Bexley
Alan rests on his perch in the 300-metre
cage across James Ruse Drive and alongside the M4 Motorway
Parramatta Road is one of Sydney's busiest,
yet it shares the Clyde section with trains.