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Granville

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Yes, it’s a church, and what a unique way to let you know. Marvel at its wall in William Street, Granville.


Granville

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On the anniversaries of the Granville train derailment, a rose is thrown onto the tracks for each of the people who died. The memorial stands near a corner of Granville's Bold Street bridge, the original one having been brought down in the accident 30 years ago. And we must remember that in addition to those 83 killed, there are others still carrying the consequences of very serious injuries.


Granville

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90km/h above, 1.9km/h below. The cycleway and walkway threads its route through Granville, ignoring the futile attempts of the M4 sentinels to block its progress between Arthur and Alfred Streets.


Granville

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“Do you go to the Catholic church?”
“No, I go to the ………………………
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..…………..church in William Street, Granville.”


Granville

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This house, first occupied on October 10, 1885, doesn’t look much like a police station, does it? Behave yourself in Hutchinson Street, Granville, or you’ll soon find out.


Haberfield

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Alt Street, Haberfield, has 15 white wheels, all on the one house.


Haberfield

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How often do we see businesses where they've forgotten to take down their 'open' or 'closed' sign? Ramsay Street, Haberfield, cleverly removes the possibility of giving false information.


Hammondville

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At our place in Heathcote Road, Hammondville, we’d like more open space, but these days you can’t have everything you want.


Harris Park

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Wigram Street, Harris Park, is where the fire brigade experiments with ways to overcome traffic delays.


Hassall Grove

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How to avoid the M7 Motorway toll? Walk it on the accompanying cycleway/walkway. You don’t have to negotiate traffic for 40 kilometres, it’s four metres wide and you have 60 choices of access points.



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