We left the bus in St Kilda Road and walked to Chemist Warehouse in Sturt Street. It wasn't far.
Before we left, we noticed that the tram shelter across the road which had been vandalised by the youf had been repaired, except for the tinted roof glass. A couple of weeks later, finally it has been repaired.
It was quite a pleasant short walk.
This is a curious building. A roundhouse was a building to where trains were once kept but there is no connection to trains with this round, well maybe hexagonal building.
A ventilation stack for the City Link tunnels. Imagine the muck that comes out of that. A politician arguing the benefits of East West Link was heard to say, imagine Melbourne without City Link. Remember this the next time you are sitting stationary in a City Link tunnel and paying for the privilege. I would argue the contrary. Traffic is self limiting up to a point. The demand for better public transport would have been loud.
Vault finally found its right home almost out of sight at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. It is a much unloved sculpture known to many as the Yellow Peril.
Victoria, the only state where motorbikes can be parked on the footpath. These ones are neatly lined up and generally not a bother to anyone, but that is not always the case in our fair city of Melbourne. Daniel explains.
Bad design at this tram stop in Bourke Street. It is the usual case of someone designing something without looking at natural human behaviour. We along with about twenty other people left the tram and walked out onto the pedestrian crossing and cars stopped and then we backtracked to get around the barrier and cross the road. R had to wait in the Medicare office, so I ducked back to take this photo. The people with the brollies had just left a tram and did as we did earlier and had followed the same path.