Neighbourhood entertainment

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Neighbourhood entertainment

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Early in the Covid 19 lockdown I found these notes posted on telephone poles along my path to the train station. I later heard a rumour that they'd been sighted all the way along the local bike path. Whether the story they tell is real or not I love that someone in the neighbourhood was providing a story for the community to follow on their daily walks. It felt like following an old fashioned newspaper serial. We've all had to find new forms of entertainment, and since gyms shut down and people started working from home, people seem to have been taking up walking like never before. (HIST30060)

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Photograph, Merlynston Train Station and surrounds, Coburg North, Victoria, Australia

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This item was submitted on November 3, 2020 by Zoe Manoussakis using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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