Redfern Visions 37: around Waterloo — Philip Street to Raglan Street

The last Redfern post ended on yet another blue house. Here it is in wider context a few seconds later. The dog seems to know where to go next, as dogs do…

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Now we go up the street the old man is walking towards…

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On the right you will find a Renovator’s Delight has successfully sold…

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… an airy Victorian workingman’s cottage, well ventilated, warmed by the rising sun… Needs TLC…

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The street ends on a pink note.

— Original photos by Neil Whitfield 2008

4 thoughts on “Redfern Visions 37: around Waterloo — Philip Street to Raglan Street

  1. That’s good. Those towers in the background are quite atrocious! I can imagine the area had more charm back when it was an open horizon!

  2. You know what, Adrian, I hadn’t noticed that! Thanks.

    Yes, Kanani, any new structure or renovation would have to be harmonious.

  3. I love the old architecture. But what a contrast to the tall high rises behind! Just wondering, is there a historical preservation code in effect? Does whomever bought that airy workingman’s cottage have to renovate in the same style?

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