Covering up the company name, Gold Bus of Ballarat. There were injuries but no deaths.
Mid year was Bone Doctor's fortieth birthday party. The theme was the 1980s. I googled for inspiration for an outfit. "R, I've found something 80s we could wear, a crop top each." Anyone who I have met is probably rolling their eyes at the thought, but there was a time....ah yeah, in the 80s.
'Sydney Buses travel alert: Minor delays to the Bronte to Railway Square service.'
Was it such a good idea to replace Sydney's trams with buses? Trams were so much safer. This was written before the terrible multiple fatality tram crash in Croydon, London. I thought of removing the photo but my readership in London is minimal, afaik.
Humiliation is not an emotion dogs feel, and it is just as well. (I think this was found at a blog, Sandra?)
I suppose the facade of the mighty Carlton and United Breweries may appeal to someone, but not to me.
"Mate, the media will be at the court. Don't forget to hide your face from the cameras".
The trams passing The Highrise come from either Malvern or Glenhuntly tram depots. This is a Malvern tram and I can easily tell because of the line of bird droppings on the roof. Glenhuntly depot does not seem to have such a bird problem.
Way out west was a valiant attempt was made to get to heaven, one way or t'other, upwards or death.
He, its got to be a he, nudged the tree. I guess the owner decided now he had scratched his car, he did not want it anymore. The City of Yarra did not remove the car promptly. What happens to abandoned cars in the hipster, trendy, artistic suburb of Fitzroy? Photo by Robert King via Twitter.
They become works of art, painted in gold. Photo by @KimAroundTown via Twitter.
I heard a rumour that MOMA in Hobart has bought the car as a work of art.
We are in the running madness season. I think this was the first. There has been another, and another is scheduled for 20th November. They are so disruptive to people. We know about them and when they happen but many motorists don't and get into horribly long meandering diversions. I remember one friend trying to go to golf at Albert Park one Sunday morning and could not work out how to get across St Kilda Road and just went back home.
Jayne recently mentioned Pic-Nic Station. What? I've never heard of it. I do have rather a large collection of saved maps, and sure enough, there it is, or was, just before Hawthorn Station. I bet the other Jayne wishes Botanic Gardens Station was still there. Well, not really, while the name is good, the actual location was not the Botanic Gardens.