Suburbs with the same name in different cities.

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Silent Alarm

sack Lyon
Jul 9, 2010
24,175
26,477
AFL Club
Fremantle
Behold the lovely town of St Albans, United Kingdom on the northern outskirts of London


and the Victorian version:

St Albans (Vic) looks okay here, like one of those classic 80s-feeling milk bar strips with a safe feel. A bunch of sh*t roads and half lived in houses would be a better representation.


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Bomberboyokay

Hall of Famer
Sep 27, 2014
33,706
28,396
AFL Club
Essendon
Brighton in Melbourne is rich people. I think the Perth Brighton is just full of unremarkable poms. Actually I don't believe that's the suburb's real name just what developer fu**os call it.
 

Milang_Panthers

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 15, 2011
9,945
4,457
Perth
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Canberra Raiders,Crystal Palace F.C
I grew up in Mount Barker (SA) and then moved to a small town in WA that happened to be about an hour away from Mount Barker (WA).
 

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Mofra

Moderator
Dec 6, 2005
47,700
125,732
Footscray
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Western Bulldogs
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Footscray, The Exers
There's a very unremarkable town called Lismore in western Victoria, obviously shares it's name with the much more well known and larger NSW town.
 

Catfish Alley

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 13, 2007
16,422
12,912
Vancouver
AFL Club
Geelong
Other Teams
Oilers
Tons of examples like that. Athens in Georgia, Lebanon in Alabama etc.

British names like Surrey, Richmond, Hawthorn, Brighton etc are all over the Commonwealth/USA.

Sydney is in Nova Scotia. I remember a story where some Europeans landed and thought it was a quick flight to the 2000 Olympic Games.
 

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