Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Indoor Walkways, Hallways and Elevators


Just Keep Walking

Here are some photos taken on various trips away to Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne.

  • Adelaide Arcade is an arcade that connects Rundle Mall and Grenfell Street in the CBD. It is an old building on two levels. The lower part has become very upmarket with expensive shops and cafes. Upstairs there is a display of the history of the building with pictures and information. Here is part of the corridor leading to an upper level.
  • Next is a view taken inside Central Station in Sydney. I took it around dusk and as the lighting was a bit odd I think it actually looks better in sepia. This corridor leads out to the street.
  • The Colgate Palmolive Building which is now apartments. This building is in Balmain, Sydney. An indoor walkway taken from the outside.
  • A photo I have used before in a slightly different form, taken at the National Sports Museum in Melbourne.

Corridor in the Adelaide Arcade.

Corridor leading off the concourse at Sydney Central Station

Walkway between two buildings at the former Colgate Palmolive building, now apartments.

Corridor in the cricket section of the National Sports Museum.

 

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