Photos - Surprises - Streets (continued)
You would want to walk a motorway? If you don't mind sharing it with cyclists,
the M7 Motorway through the north-west suburbs that Alan has walked
(such as Acacia Gardens, Kings Park, Dean Park, Oakhurst and Plumpton)
has a pathway that separates you from the 100kmh traffic.
Flamingo Grove, Plumpton, has better curves than youíd see on your favourite actress.
We canít tell you the name of this lane because it doesnít have one.
Itís in a new development off Parkwood Street, Plumpton.
Alan follows Warner Brothers cartoons' example by ensuring
protection in the event of freeway collapse. This is
no carpark, but a very low Bulwara Road underpass joining
two parts of Pyrmont.
What a difference just one tree can
make. This one sure brightened autumn for Euston Street,
A clash of spellings in Shanes, sorry, Shane Park.
And it's not a spelling mistake.
How confusing it must be for residents when the try to give their address?
How do they pronounce the name of their
street? And how many other ways can you pronounce "ough"?
While no-one's looking, have a sneak peak at the
Spit Junction's Horsnell Lane, where it
rounds the bend into Field Lane, must go close to holding
the record for Sydney's narrowest footpath. But we're
sure someone can do better. Please let us know if you're
The northern half of the lane between Margaret Street
and Corunna Road, Stanmore, is not recommended for
cars and is barely recommended for humans. However
it is trafficable for smaller animals. This is the
narrowest lane that Alan has conquered.
(See also below)
Should we offer a prize for anyone who can find another street sign
where the whole word is shown? Poor Nicholson only got the usual abbreviation.