Photos - Sydney East (continued)
I told you it was your turn to bring the
ruler, you dork! Brompton Road, Kensington, will never
look the same again.
The historic Garrison Church is at the top of Argyle Street, Millers Point.
What’s the yellow ball for? Ask below it at Sydney Observatory.
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
Moore Park is both a suburb with 100 or so houses and
a giant park, seen here equally well upside down.
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 has one of Sydney’s few railway level
crossings. The industrial line to Port Botany splits
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.