‘Land bankers’: Sydney’s empty property magnates
In its glory days Pyrmont’s Terminus Hotel was a buzzing watering hole filled with rowdy workers downing beer after a hard, hot and dirty day of work.
It was the last stop on the tramline on Harris Street and became a meeting place for men who worked at the sugar mill and power stations from the early 1900s.
Once a Sydney institution, the building is now empty and dilapidated, with faded signs and thick vines climbing on its gutters and walls.
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