I do love that lamp!
Yes, that would be a good collection, Andrew :)I agree with Cazzie, it's a beauty.
That lamp is perculiar. It does add a nice touch to an otherwise boring street-scape though.
I think it's there to mark the best-named street in Caulfield. Is there anything better?
It must be thirty years since I first noticed it Cazzie. Ok, I was only slightly older than a baby.If I though there was enough unusual lamps, I might start a map Jayne. I don't think that there is.Quite a nice street Reuben. I couldn't afford to live there.Agree Rob. It seems a hard name initially, but once mastered, it sounds great.
You could try winning the lottery, Andrew.
I know years ago there used to be wrought iron decorated lights used to mark War Bond Savings streets.We had one just 2 doors down from our house, usual looking light fitting but it had wrought iron brackets, etc, with a plaque on the pole denoting the street as a War Bond Saving street. And, from vague memory, another street had a plaque denoting a serviceman's bravery, maybe death in WW1.Which of course all probably went to the tip when they replaced the damn poles.
So far Reuben, and I haven't given up yet, but I have found lotto to be very unsatisfactory.Bit of news to me Jayne, although I had heard of war bonds. Interesting.
Whenever I wish I was young again, I am sobered by memories of algebra.