Royal Parade is a major urban road in Victoria, Australia, linking Melbourne City to Brunswick and the northern suburbs. It is the site of major educational and sporting facilities as well as several buildings of heritage significance.
Royal Parade runs as a continuation from the northern end of Elizabeth Street, in Melbourne City, at the intersection with the east-west Grattan Street in Carlton. It runs north-south through the centre of the suburb of Parkville and terminates at the beginning of Sydney Road in Brunswick at the intersection of Park Street. For its northern half, it forms the western boundary of Princes Park, Carlton North. Near its northern end, Royal Parade crosses an underpass previously housing the Inner Circle railway line which operated from 1888 to 1981.
Tram route 19, which runs from Bakers Road in Coburg North to Flinders Street Station in the city runs the entire length of Royal Parade on part of its route. Bus routes (Moonee Ponds to Melbourne University) and 546 (Heidelberg to Melbourne University) use Royal Parade. Historically part of the Hume Highway from Melbourne to Sydney, it used to be signed as National Highway 31, but since the opening of the Craigieburn Bypass in 1992 this section has reverted to its State designation of Route 55.
This post is part of the Our World Tuesday meme.
Lovely photography and beautiful place for OWT ~ xoxoReplyDelete
artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
Great photos and place, funny to see the autumn.ReplyDelete
Great street!! Boom, Bobbi and Gary.ReplyDelete
Looking at these photographs Nick it is hard to imagine that we are only a week away from Winter,.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots of these autumn boulevardsReplyDelete