|More and more of Sydney is beneath the streets. There are road tunnels, there are shopping malls, and there are railway stations.|
This is one of the tunnels between St James Railway Station and street level. St James is beneath Hyde Park (North).
|This tunnel leads towards Macquarie street, to St James Anglican Church, and to Hyde Park Barracks. It is a mass of city workers during the week, the Supeme Court of NSW being very close. But, I was there one Sunday morning.|
|Photo 1: A St James tunnel showing photos of its 1926 construction on the tiled walls.|
Photo 2: The steps leading from the tunnel to the plaza outside St James Church
Photo 3: St James Church
Photo 4: St James taken from the forecourt of Hyde Park Barracks