Photos - Sydney North (continued)
Fading sunlight plays games with the supports
of the bridge to Cammeray. With a toll for pedestrians of
threepence return, it opened for business in 1892, 22 years
before Alan did. It's still known as the "Suspension Bridge"
even though the cables were retired in the 1930s.
Tree roots prepare to snatch Alan in Northwood
Road near Northwood Wharf.
It's a strange and rather unimaginative name for a suburb, but you can guess in what area of Sydney it is.
In Oxford Falls, another one of life's mysteries.
Are they trying to rival Easter Island with quantity rather than quality?.
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The owner of 995 Oxford Falls Road, Oxford Falls, and those opposite her sure go to a lot of trouble
so that they don't miss an episode of Big Brother.
Spicer Road North, Oxford Falls, doesn't have your average suburban row of houses.
Oxford Falls Road, Oxford Falls, in flood during a drought.
A great take on the Biblical story with Jonah's Restaurant on Bynya Road overlooking Whale Beach.
Unfortunately it's really in the suburb of Palm Beach.
We think there might be some land for sale here in
Glenvale Street, Parklea.
Typical living in Pitt Town, although this one in Schofield Road includes the granny flat.
(See next photo)
But development is changing much of this formerly rural suburb.
What an excellent phone number though!
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