Uploaded a couple more photos of Woy Woy to flickr. They're of the area around the train station. As you can see, Woy Woy is not exactly a throbbing metropolis. But we like it that way.
Railway Street from the Clock Tower walkway to the lights. I've deliberately excluded the Clock Tower building as it's a bit of an eighties building, i.e., rather smug and tacky.
Next to Noonan's (blue building on the left) is Which Bank (Commonwealth Bank, long story). There was a cinema (theater) in the same spot. It was demolished in 1924 I think. Can't find the reference. There was another cinema built in 1922 and demolished in the 70s. That was where Woolies is now, on Blackwall Road.
The pale crenellated place next to Which Bank is the butcher's that used to be F.C. Nichols Alecia Tearooms. Built in 1926, same as the Masonic Hall below.
The Masonic Hall (1926) and the bottle shop next to it (circa 1940?). Behind the bottle shop is Deepwater Plaza, the local shopping centre. The multi-storey carpark in the background is the tallest building in Woy Woy, apart from The Excrescence down at Ettalong.
Took a nice doggy photo today but I can't get the bastard out of my camera. Battery carked it.