When I was a kid aged about 10, say (1958, but who's counting!) my father bought Kellogg's Corn Flakes by the carton of 144 boxes. At that time, on the back, they had cardboard cut-outs of buildings to collect and make your own western frontier town. You know the drill: a saloon; a sheriff's office; a general store; and, a blacksmith's. My brothers and I would gobble down our cornies, cut out the building, joining all the tabs carefully, and add it to our 'town'. Into which we introduced our plastic characters from within the inevitably 'settled' flakes. Our imagination did the rest.
This top photo is so like the frontier towns of my imagination - minus the traffic lights, but who among you is so literal? The shop that is for sale, was erected in 1884 for "A. Kinnane, General Grocer'. It is on the corner of Liverpool Street and Womerah Avenue, Darlinghurst.
PS - To this day, I cannot stand Corn Flakes.