Sydney used to have one of the largest metropolitan tram fleets in the world. This all changed in the 1950s when trams were progressively replaced with buses.
Rozelle Tram Depot still houses six of the original trams that used to run on the network, though they are woefully neglected and have been subject to extensive vandalism and graffiti over the years.
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Sunday afternoons in Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park play host to rockabillies drinking, swivelling and generally rocking out to their favourite tunes.
Built between five hundred to a thousand years ago, the monks and hermits of the Greek Orthodox Church sought ever more remote and difficult-to-reach places from where to pray and contemplate.
Hence their position amongst these spectacular sandstone rock formations in central Greece.
Nowadays a sealed road links all the monasteries and they are as much tourist museums as they are living monasteries.