York Street, Albany
York Street is the main street in the centre of Albany, Western Australia. It runs south from a junction with Albany Highway, Lockyer Avenue and Middleton Road downhill towards Princess Royal Drive and the Anzac Peace Park at the foot of the hill adjacent to Princess Royal Harbour.
The Albany Advertiser has its office in lower York Street.
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- Western Australia. Government Photographer (1900), York Street, Albany, 1946, retrieved 3 May 2016
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