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Take a bow 29 Delegate Street Kaleen

By johnboy - 13 February 2013 52

29 delegate street

Many thanks to Bugmenot for pointing out a most impressive house in Kaleen.

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52 Responses to
Take a bow 29 Delegate Street Kaleen
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niftydog 4:33 pm
13 Feb 13
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Ah, that explains the massive trailer full of washing machines in the green space! I had been wondering.

This trumps the Chifley crane by a fair margin I’d say.

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MERC600 4:45 pm
13 Feb 13
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Is this the group house that ‘aceofspades’ and ‘antigonist’ live in ? Can understand now why they put up a spirited defence that you can have as much gear on your front lawn as you can fit in.

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aidan 4:45 pm
13 Feb 13
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Maybe that nice @Cmdr_Hadfield will take a picture of the whitegoods mountain from space.

Put Kaleen on the (places to avoid) map

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schmeah 4:48 pm
13 Feb 13
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WOW! That is very disturbing. I’ll take the crane and some unkempt gardens any day.

This is blatant hoarding though. There could be issues with vermin and pedestrian hazards. One hopes there is scope for this crap to be forcibly towed, surely.

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thebrownstreak69 5:18 pm
13 Feb 13
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Call the scrap metal guys who do free pickup in return for not paying you anything and give them the address. Problem solved.

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Holditz 6:51 pm
13 Feb 13
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Hmmm… we can’t identify cars that are parking badly/wrongly/illegally/dangerously but it’s OK to identify an address where various items have been placed in the front yard?

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johnboy 6:52 pm
13 Feb 13
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yep

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melon1234 7:16 pm
13 Feb 13
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I found this place in Richardson last year whilst house shopping. The house behind it was for sale, so I’m sure glad I looked on Nearmaps and Google Maps to notice what I may have been living next to. It’s a shame Nearmaps removed the free personal user option, as shots over the past 3-4 years showed the only thing that changed was the addition of more cars/boats to the front yard.

16 Howson Place for those playing at home.

http://www.filedump.net/dumped/howson11360743234.png
http://www.filedump.net/dumped/howson21360743234.png

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milkman 7:44 pm
13 Feb 13
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thebrownstreak69 said :

Call the scrap metal guys who do free pickup in return for not paying you anything and give them the address. Problem solved.

+1 to this. One phone call and it’s all gone.

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screaming banshee 7:56 pm
13 Feb 13
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I’m sure this place has been the subject of a previous post

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Aquila 8:29 pm
13 Feb 13
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This is nothing compared to what it used to look like about 5-6 years ago. He used to use quite a lot of the reserve besides his house too before being ordered to remove it by TAMS. You may notice in the aerial shots that the reserve has a line of boulders to restrict vehicular access to the side of his property which is a feature you won’t find on most urban parks.

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grunge_hippy 9:01 pm
13 Feb 13
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9 coningham st gowrie also has an impressive car yard happening. It used to have more… must have had a clean out. Still over 18 cars in the yard.

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 9:04 pm
13 Feb 13
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Haha, thing is, there is no more free scrap pick ups besides ferals like these. They are all hoarding while ez scrap and the like have their doors shut.

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wildturkeycanoe 9:08 pm
13 Feb 13
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It’s just a home business repairing whitegoods. Good on ’em I reckon, instead of chucking it out, they are fixing it. Maybe it’s just someone waiting for a big truck so they can take it all in one go to scrap? Either way, big deal. Nothing to see.

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rosscoact 9:19 pm
13 Feb 13
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milkman said :

thebrownstreak69 said :

Call the scrap metal guys who do free pickup in return for not paying you anything and give them the address. Problem solved.

+1 to this. One phone call and it’s all gone.

Or at least one phone call and watch the fun through the venetian blinds

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