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Photos - South (continued)

Marrickville

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Would you like a recommendation for a place to eat in Marrickville?
(See next photo)


Marrickville

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What better place to dine than on top of an awning? You can enjoy the view of Marrrickville's Marrickville Road and Frampton Avenue intersection.


Marrickville

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The simplest and most-complicated in Porter Avenue, Marrickville.


Marrickville

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By far the best number in Silver Street, Marrickville
(See also the next photo)


Marrickville

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By far the best number in Silver Street, Marrickville
(See also the previous photo)


Marrickville

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A guessing competition on the corner of Beauchamp Street and Livingstone and Warren Roads, Marrickville. What's going on here? A clue for you might be that this photo should be in our paintings section.


Mascot

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Mascot isn't Sydney's quietest suburb. Lawrence Hargreaves Drive gives us a chance to see the abode of those responsible.


Menai

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Some street directories like to show a fictitious street to catch illegal street directory copiers. A perfect choice was Hoad Place, Menai, as Lew Hoad (doubles partner of Ken Rosewall) is one of the few tennis stars of the era without a street named after him in Menai. This photo and the next photo are from different editions of the same street directory company!
(Also see the next three photos)
Photos of the 58 streets in Menai with names of sports stars are here


Menai

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Some street directories like to show a fictitious street to catch illegal street directory copiers. A perfect choice was Hoad Place, Menai, as Lew Hoad (doubles partner of Ken Rosewall) is one of the few tennis stars of the era without a street named after him in Menai. This photo and the previous photo are from different editions of the same street directory company!
(Also see previous photo and the next two photos)
Photos of the 58 streets in Menai with names of sports stars are here


Menai

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Hoad Place, Menai, leading from the end of Rosewall Drive across the creek to the park with swings opposite, would be difficult to drive on.
(Also see the two previous photos and the next photo)


Menai

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Hoad Place, Menai, leading from the end of Rosewall Drive across the creek to the park with swings opposite, would be difficult to drive on.
(Also see the three previous photos)

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