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Off the Street

In late 2013,  Port Phillip Council gave notice to Dugga Beazley to cease operating from his familiar spot in Dow St. See PMH&PS’s post of November.

Following interventions by many people who wish Dugga well, Council has removed a section of the raised median in Rouse St to enable him to bring his boats into his yard.

Dugga and Rouse St median iv
entry to Dugga Beazley’s yard through removal of the median in Rouse St

Meanwhile, since PMH&PS is always keen to lead readers astray into further exploration into online history, here is a link to a great photo of Dugga from the National Library from 1998.

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