Photos - Surprises - Streets (continued)
Thank you, Blacktown Council, for naming one of your streets after suburbs walker Alan.
But you've misread the back of the word.
No, I said back of the word, not backward. Please try again.
Now you have two mistakes. You've written the L twice and misread the last letter again.
Have one more go, and I suggest you use his full name, Alan Waddell.
Blacktown Council: Sorry. Alan Waddell is too long for our street signs. We had to shorten both names.
How many streets do you know that have a pathway down the middle?
Bligh Park has one. Sort of.
The path thoughtfully separates Rifle Range Drive (left) and Perkins Street (right)
so we can walk two streets simultaneously.
It's one way both ways in Lamrock Avenue, Bondi Beach.
Here’s our nomination for the world’s
tiniest street. This is the whole of Lipsom Avenue,
Bondi Junction. The entrance here is by steps, or you
can try the far end by clambering over bricks and bushes.
In Bronte, Chesterfield Parade starts at
Waverley Cemetery; its archway of trees shows new life
as the branches stretch heavenwards.
Does Ardgryffe Street, Burwood Heights,
hold a record for seven consecutive letters without any vowels a, e, i, o and u?
No buses would stop on the Warringah Freeway in the afternoon peak hour, would they?
Cartwright’s main intersection.
Traffic lights should be installed any day now.