College Street, Sydney

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College Street

Australian Museum (01).jpg
An aerial photo of the Australian Museum with College Street running from mid-right to bottom left
Sydney central business district
College Street, Sydney is located in Sydney
North end
North end
South end
South end
General information
Type Street
Length 700 m (0.4 mi)
Major junctions
North end Junction of the Prince Albert, St Marys, and Art Gallery roads
  Park Street / William Street
South end Whitlam Square, Liverpool Street
LGA(s) City of Sydney
Highway system

College Street is a 700-metre (2,300 ft) major street in the central business district of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. From north to south, it runs from east of Queens Square and St James station to start at the junction of the Prince Albert, St Marys, and Art Gallery roads and runs to Whitlam Square, at Liverpool Street. The street gets its name from a college on the street, St. Mary’s Cathedral College. The street runs beside the eastern border of Hyde Park, and is lined by the Australian Museum, Sydney Grammar School, Cook and Phillip Park Aquatic and Fitness Centre, and St Mary's Cathedral.

An electric tramway formerly ran down College St. It was closed in 1960.[1]

See also

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  1. ^ Keenan, D. Tramways of Sydney. Transit Press 1979

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