Craig, did you or your antecedents have anything to do with this? Too much to ask you for a location, I expect. Does Whiteinch in the title mean anything?
Prahran is a hard word to spell if you don't know how it is spelt, don't you think? If I was a stonemason, I think I would double check the spelling. Prahran is a corruption of the indigenous words for 'land partially surrounded by water'.
This lad sprinted away from the trams. Maybe something to do with delay, maybe not.
Of course it will fit.
One for you White Angel. What street in Launceston? Photo by David Nowell.
The tender read: Supply bus with roof mounted air-conditioning suitable for 40 degree plus temperatures. Mate, the cheaper 35 degrees rating is fine. They won't know the difference.
Here is an own goal by our trams, one having severely damaged a tramway patrol car.