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Kensington

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I told you it was your turn to bring the ruler, you dork! Brompton Road, Kensington, will never look the same again.


Millers Point

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The historic Garrison Church is at the top of Argyle Street, Millers Point.


Millers Point

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What’s the yellow ball for? Ask below it at Sydney Observatory.


Millers Point

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Check out the Millers Point lanes, such as High Lane (just visible top left) and Argyle Lane, which Alan is walking down, for a different look at the city.


Moore Park

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Moore Park is both a suburb with 100 or so houses and a giant park, seen here equally well upside down.


Moore Park

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While walking Anzac Parade, Moore Park, Alan detoured into Sydney Boys’ High School, the first time he had been in their grounds since he was a student there 73 years ago. He pointed out the location of the canteen. No mention of the science block, library or anything else educational, just the canteen.


Pagewood

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Pagewood has one of Sydney’s few railway level crossings. The industrial line to Port Botany splits Banksia Street.


Point Piper

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We all know it as a domain of the rich and famous – Wolseley Road, Point Piper. Down a steep set of steps from this road and we come to Duff Reserve on the point after which the suburb is named.


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