Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Trains run inside The Francis Apartments,
a block of units in Francis Street, Darlinghurst.
The main station is outside the lift on the ground floor.
Is this part of Maze Crescent's maze?
(See next photo)
(Also see previous photo)
Does Abercrombie Street, Darlington, have Sydney's most economical parking?
Wilson Lane is one of many that make Darlington walking
a delight and a discovery tour.
View from Dawes Point:
'It's terrible the way they're demolishing all the historic building and putting those unit blocks up.'
'It's an ocean liner that's just docked.'
The Star Princess dwarfs the opera house, a harbour ferry and the 'toaster'
(the latter being the nickname for the building).
Dawes Point offers a different view of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
On the Harbour Bridge - the world’s
widest large-scale and heaviest single-arch bridge,
above Dawes Point. From here you can walk across the
bridge to North Sydney, or along the Cahill Expressway
to the Botanic Gardens.
On a street directory, Pottinger Street, Dawes Point,
seems to adjoin a pathway near Lower Fort Street (above the cliff). In a way they do: they’re
just a metre apart horizontally. But a little more vertically