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Sydney - Day 2 - Walking the Goods Line

5 September 2015

The Goods Line used to run from Central Station to Darling Harbour and the route is progressively being re-furbished as public open space. We caught the train to Central Station then found our way to the start of the Goods Line and walked the recently upgraded section of the Line. We continued on past the Powerhouse Museum and the Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre ending up at the Sydney Fish Markets for lunch.

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Jan and Di at Central Station.

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UTS and TAFE near Central Station.

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Di and Jan checking out Mortuary Station.

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Refurbished terrace houses on our walk to the Goods Line.

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The Posh Hotel - no so posh these days.

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The start of the Goods Line.

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Old Power House Museum Building.

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The Chau Chak Wing Building - looks more like a crumpled paper bag.

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Jan and Di walking the Goods Line.

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Old point levers on the Goods Line.

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Anne Street Culvert uncovered in 2002, probably built circa 1853.

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Big Kids playing on the water feature on the Goods Line.

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Power House Museum.

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Old Post Office near the Power House Museum.

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Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre.

Posted by TwoAces 01:10

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