In varying my morning walk from Anzac Parade to the Chancellery Building, I discovered a colonnade. As it is not far from the faculty of Built Environment, I assumed it was the result of a student project.
Upon closer inspection, I found a plaque proclaiming the sandstone columns having been salvaged from a Greek-Revival style house in Subiaco, Parramatta, called the Vineyard. It was torn down in 1961, to lay a factory car park.
The following image of the house, taken in 1961 is from Sydney Living Museums.
George Street entrance of Anglican, Christ Church St Laurence in the foreground, completed in 1841. Signifying a transition from Old Colonial Gothic to the Free Victorian Gothic style.
Faced with this view along Valentine Street, you could be forgiven for thinking that the 1921, Free Classical style clock tower of Central Station is part of the same building. Pitt Street running parallel to George separates the two sandstone buildings.
The time is nearing 4:00 pm in Sydney, the temperature is a scorching 39oC.
Leichhardt Public School, west side.
I caught the early evening sun on St.Benedict’s while walking from Central Railway Station to Newtown. The intoxicating jasmine fragrance provided relief from the peak hour traffic on Broadway.