Photos - Sydney North (continued)
The crows would be delighted that the original design has been preserved in the
Crows Nest shopping centre on Pacific Highway.
The school in Falcon Street, Crows Nest, was founded in 1913 and 1915 (see next photo),
Is this unique? A cemetery where you're encouraged to picnic and exercise.
St Thomas Cemetery, West Street, Crows Nest.
There are no shops on the Hornsby Municipality’s suburb Dangar Island.
Residents take the ferry to Brooklyn to do their shopping, and since they have
no cars, they leave their wheelbarrows at the wharf at the end of the main "street".
Don't worry if Dangar Island's wheelbarrow park at the wharf is full.
You can sometimes squeeze into a spot in Riverview Avenue.
A late model has been in Riverview Avenue all morning. It risks a Dangar Island parking fine.
Driving home in Riverview Avenue, Dangar Island's main thoroughfare.
A standard Dangar Island conveyance is on the Grantham Crescent hoist for its annual service.
What have we here? A jam of sailing boats
at the start of the Northern Beaches Regatta? Whipped
cream on top of the Dee Why 150th anniversary cake?
The Sydney Opera House as seen from Dee Why? Or is it
the roof of the Catholic Church in Oaks Avenue, Dee