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Surry Hills Trams

Though I spent the first hour or so waiting, seated on the footpath, I soon went home to grab myself a foldable chair. It’s just as well, as I live only about 100m away from the new Sydney tram-way, so it was no biggie. 278 more words

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Over The Bridge

As we caught the L90 bus to Collaroy today, we travelled through the federal electorates of Warringah and Mackellar. Both have been safe Liberal seats for many years, but for possibly the first time, Warringah (held by Tony Abbott) could vote next weekend for an Independent, Zali Steggall. 373 more words

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More things seen five years ago

Another archive post.

And recently Devonshire Street has looked like this: photo by Peter Murphy, South Sydney Herald.

Surry Hills May 2014 — before the Light Rail mess!

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Irish Whiskey Rumble @Soultrap

Soultrap is a cool bar located in Surry Hills. With a widely stocked bar, they have a great range of cocktails too. If you’re hungry, there’s plenty of charcuterie boards to select from. 382 more words

My Local Pedestrian Crossing

I’ve been thinking about this local issue for quite some time. Tonight, I wrote to the relevant authority in NSW. I’ll update when I get a response. 160 more words

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Out & About

The view from Sydney’s “Ensemble Theatre” is one of Sydney’s hidden delights, both from the restaurant below, and the bar upstairs. Even though the theatre has been there for over sixty years, I’m guessing most Sydney-siders have never visited “The Ensemble”. 612 more words

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Seen in April 2014

Five years on!

Easter Saturday, Crown Street Wollongong:

Bus on Seacliff Bridge, north of Wollongong:

West Wollongong rose:

Return to Surry Hills and Sydney High:

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