Outrage Sunday 235 all good

I was moved by this scene (which I reported in Teh Post): a house on its way to Wembley, stuck in Cottesloe’s Hawkstone Street. The movers were not expecting lamp posts to be so close to the road. I hope it got out OK. IMG_2296
All good for Claremont. Note the bus in the background, prowling for passengers, or ALP election candidates. I have no idea why someone would abandon such a fine piece of headwear. IMG_2191
Things are a bit vacant in Guildford. Or they were until details about Alfred’s venture went up. The burger and pea-and-ham soup people want to have a train carriage restaurant. The vibrancy! When Alannah is Premier every suburb will have one. Matt Keogh must be wondering if she will ever go away.IMG_2271

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8 Responses to Outrage Sunday 235 all good

  1. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Wembley is getting hand-me-down houses now? Time to move.

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  2. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    A train car restaurant might be the only chance for Ellenbrook residents to actually sit in one. They will be pissed.

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  3. Snuff says:

    So that’s where he got to. Nice cap, Mr Shorten.

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  4. Rong1 says:

    That’s Malcolm Turnbull’s caravan!

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