Photos - Sydney South (continued)
I think I'm in Narwee.
I know I'm in Penshurst Road.
V for Victory. I’ve finished Caravan
Head Road and finished Oyster Bay.
An odd collection - appropriately, these are in Page Street, Pagewood.
Pagewood has one of Sydney’s few railway level
crossings. The industrial line to Port Botany splits
This looks like a modest house in Horsley Road, Panania. Nothing like a cathedral…
(See the next photo)
…but it is a church.
(Also see the previous photo)
The residents of Rainbow and Sunshine Parades,
Peakhurst Heights, put up the welcoming decorations for Alan’s
progress through their suburb.
Found in Vista Avenue, Peakhurst Heights:
an old drain cover. What does MWS &DB stand for?
The Metropolitan Water, Sewerage and Drainage Board
was the old name for the government authority that was
renamed Sydney Water. That was a good move, reducing
the number of words from six to two and the number of
letters from 41 to 11.
It's no secret that Botany Cemetery is in Phillip
Bay - it covers about half the suburb. The secret is what's inside
it. This Italian/Greek section is stunning, with well-kept graves
all bearing fresh colourful flowers.
It is indeed a pleasure point. See this in a park at the bottom
of Pleasure Point Road, Pleasure Point.