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1930s Annandale: A Short Walk will be the fifth in a series of walks and books through Annandale's History.

Marghanita da Cruz will be guiding this walk on Thursday 16th April 2015 as part of the Annandale Heritage Festival.

At 10am, on 16th April, there will be a talk on the history of coffee machines at Euroespresso.

The walk will start from Euroespresso, 165 Parramatta Road, Annandale at 11am.
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Metro Freight Rail
The 2015 Annandale Heritage Festival: Business as Usual is taking shape.

Merrick Fry's wonderful Logo of "Metro Freight Rail" set the stage. Callico bread bags featuring the logo will be available.

The centrepiece is the open day at Annandale's landmark sandstone steepled Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church at the corner of Collins and Johnston Street, Annandale.

There will be two talks and an Exhibition at Blacktoast Cafe in Booth Street (near Nelson St).

Marghanita da Cruz will guide 1930s Annandale: A short walk at 11am on Thursday 16th April, after a History and Demonstration of Coffee Machines at Euroespresso in Parramatta Road, Annandale.

The Annandale Heritage Festival activities have been generously provided first page position in the National Trust magazine and are also included in Leichhardt Library's promotions.

Business as Ususal will include the Annandale Craft Group, the Loaded Dog Folk Club and regular services and trade by businesses around Annandale in Heritage buildings.

More about the Festival at