A traffic free Sackville Road, though well supplied with trees, and gas lit. the view is north, from about Wordsworth Street or Cowper Street, and the large twin gabled house, incidentally called The Gables, and occupied by Lewonski’s, the monumental masons, can be seen in the distance. One can only guess at the period though a bus enthusiast could help. Probably, just before or just after the First World War.

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