Pyrmont

Posted: November 26, 2019 in history, Sydney, Sydney Harbour, Sydney Streets

This weekend we went for a walk around Pyrmont.
A fascinating dip back into old Sydney, following The City of Sydney guide found here.

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This is the guide we followed

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This stunning view from Ways Terrace Flats, built by the City Council in the 1920s as workers’ affordable housing.

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You know when you put 2 and 2 together and it clicks? Now we know why there’s a Quarryman Hotel at Pyrmont… we found the old quarry!

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The original bit of the Electric Light station that remains near the Star casino.

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Someone owns these old sites… yet they sit decrepitly, unused, uninhabitable.

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ye olde Sydney Electric Light Company, adjacent to the Star casino

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ye olde Sydney Electric Light Company, adjacent to the Star casino

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Love the clothesline rope pulleys that come off everyone’s balcony or window at the Ways Terrace Flats.

 

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