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City of Perth from Kalamunda Road
City of Perth from Kalamunda Road
  • Author: Colm Doyle Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-12 19:28:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'40"S - 116°2'31"O
  • Nice view from the side of Kalamunda Road, with the airport and Optus Stadium in the foreground.
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_8505119_31-Mar-2019
_8505119_31-Mar-2019
  • Author: ShaneB Perth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-31 18:16:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°56'29"S - 116°2'44"O
  • Sunset from the Zig Zag, Gooseberry Hill, Perth hills
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CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Author: hiabhireperth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-12 00:53:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'25"S - 115°59'36"O
  • Kwik Logistics is one of the leading providers of crane hire, specialised transport, and traffic control in WA. We are a family owned and operated business, established in the 1980's. Decades later we continue to provide Perth with high quality crane hire from one of the largest and most diversified crane fleets available. Our experts have the experience to work on all jobs, from small residential projects to large commercial enterprises, including mining and industrial sites. We stay current with industry standards and advancements, offering the highest quality equipment with skilled certified operators. Visit: kwik.net.au/
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CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Author: hiabhireperth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-12 00:53:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'25"S - 115°59'36"O
  • Kwik Logistics is one of the leading providers of crane hire, specialised transport, and traffic control in WA. We are a family owned and operated business, established in the 1980's. Decades later we continue to provide Perth with high quality crane hire from one of the largest and most diversified crane fleets available. Our experts have the experience to work on all jobs, from small residential projects to large commercial enterprises, including mining and industrial sites. We stay current with industry standards and advancements, offering the highest quality equipment with skilled certified operators. Visit: kwik.net.au/
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CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Author: hiabhireperth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-12 00:53:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'25"S - 115°59'36"O
  • Kwik Logistics is one of the leading providers of crane hire, specialised transport, and traffic control in WA. We are a family owned and operated business, established in the 1980's. Decades later we continue to provide Perth with high quality crane hire from one of the largest and most diversified crane fleets available. Our experts have the experience to work on all jobs, from small residential projects to large commercial enterprises, including mining and industrial sites. We stay current with industry standards and advancements, offering the highest quality equipment with skilled certified operators. Visit: kwik.net.au/
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CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Author: hiabhireperth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-12 00:53:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'25"S - 115°59'36"O
  • Kwik Logistics is one of the leading providers of crane hire, specialised transport, and traffic control in WA. We are a family owned and operated business, established in the 1980's. Decades later we continue to provide Perth with high quality crane hire from one of the largest and most diversified crane fleets available. Our experts have the experience to work on all jobs, from small residential projects to large commercial enterprises, including mining and industrial sites. We stay current with industry standards and advancements, offering the highest quality equipment with skilled certified operators. Visit: kwik.net.au/
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CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
CRANE HIRE, TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Author: hiabhireperth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-12 00:53:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'25"S - 115°59'36"O
  • Kwik Logistics is one of the leading providers of crane hire, specialised transport, and traffic control in WA. We are a family owned and operated business, established in the 1980's. Decades later we continue to provide Perth with high quality crane hire from one of the largest and most diversified crane fleets available. Our experts have the experience to work on all jobs, from small residential projects to large commercial enterprises, including mining and industrial sites. We stay current with industry standards and advancements, offering the highest quality equipment with skilled certified operators. Visit: kwik.net.au/
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:19:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'15"S - 116°0'8"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:20:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'14"S - 116°0'7"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:21:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'13"S - 116°0'6"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:22:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'12"S - 116°0'4"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:22:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'12"S - 116°0'3"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
Roe Highway - Berkshire Road Interchange
  • Author: AS 1979 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-04 10:23:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°58'11"S - 116°0'3"O
  • Roe Highway overpass over Berkshire Road in the suburb of Forrestfield in Perth's east. A diamond interchange is located at this location with an unusual intersection arrangement. This location is Australia's first and only 'double tennis ball' intersection arrangement - working similar to a double signalised roundabout in order to manage the required radii for right turns in the available road reserve. This interchange was completed in March 2016 as an extended scope of the 'Gateway WA' which upgraded nearby Tonkin Highway near Perth Airport to freeway standard. This section was part of the original section of Roe Highway - Perth's metropolitan ring road. Part of the 1955 Stephenson Plan it opened as a limited access arterial between Beechboro-Gosnells (Tonkin) Highway and Bushmead Road in 1983 with a short extension to Great Eastern Highway in 1985 with provision for future freeway conversion. Overpasses were provided here and at Bushmead Road, Clayton Street and the main eastern railway line. More recently interchanges have been provided at Great Eastern Highway, Berkshire Road and soon to be Kalamunda Road. Funding has also been provided for the remaining intersection at Great Eastern Highway Bypass. The previous intersection here as originally built was a staggered-T signalised intersection with the two approaches of Berkshire Road at Roe Highway offset by around 70 metres or 80 yards with a footbridge between for pedestrians to cross Roe Highway. Construction of the interchange commenced in late 2014 with a temporary diversion of Roe Highway built on the western side. A single bridge was built with four lanes (two each way) with provision to build a second bridge in the future to allow for three lanes each way plus full shoulder each way.
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Sensible combination
Sensible combination
  • Author: bobmendo Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-17 16:43:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°57'7"S - 116°0'43"O
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Must be a company
Must be a company
  • Author: bobmendo Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-17 17:14:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°56'48"S - 116°1'22"O
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