City Streets


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I'm a walker and since becoming a city dweller a few years ago I've spent many hours meandering the city streets. Even long term residents of Adelaide still get confused with the changing names, so I created this map partly to help me get my own head around them. It's been one of my most popular prints with the first edition (with blue in the border) selling out. The street names for the City of Adelaide were gazetted on 3 June 1837. A Street Naming Committee was made up of the Governor and eleven prominent citizens. King William Street, running north-south and bisecting the city, is named after King William IV. Between North Terrace and South Terrace, all east-west roads change their names as they cross King William Street. Some say that this is because no-one is allowed to cross the path of a monarch. This may be true, but it also enabled more names to be assigned. Some of the north-south streets as well as some streets in North Adelaide also have separately named sections.
City Streets

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