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Cremorne Point

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Surely this lane in Cremorne Point must be one way only! It’s too narrow for two-way pedestrian traffic.
  If you have been dieting, you can walk it from Cremorne Road (near Sirius Street) to Kareela Lane.


Cremorne Point

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I'm trying to find 67 Kareela Road, Cremorne Point.
You can't get to it from here. You'll have to return to Go.


Denistone

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Why just bits of railings in Ryedale Road, Denistone? (see next photo)


Denistone

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Because they're just bits of steps.


Denistone East

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This gate in Brabyn Street, Denistone East, dwarfs Alan standing behind it. If it goes any higher, it will reach the Pearly Gates.


Dharruk

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“In Carlisle Avenue, Dharruk, we’ll build a nice, new bridge for motorists.”
“For pedestrians too?”
“Of course not. We’ll make them walk down and up.”


Drummoyne

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Going forward with our environment strategy, we're resurfacing Market Street, Drummoyne.


Dulwich Hill

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Symmetry in Garnet Lane, Dulwich Hill.


Dulwich Hill

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The crew that constructed The Boulevarde, Dulwich Hill, needs to visit Alcoholics Anonymous.

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