Now it's a different story - The Gawler Line and I are becoming quite close, so I thought I'd look deeper at her stations and what goes on around them. Train windows are whole new take on the world. You get back fences and industrial yards to peek over and into, and you don't have to stop for anyone. I like that.
The first stop out of town on the Gawler Line, North Adelaide, sits between the golf course and the suburb of Bowden. Incidently, Bowden is the location of my first home as a child, although I don't remember a lot of it because we moved when I was 2.
I heard from my Uncle who lives down the street from here that there was some kind of homeless person's bookswap under the overpass, so for my first project I went down to take a look. This is supposed to be photojournalism, not actual journalism, so I wont talk about it much. Besides, I don't know much about who started it or who uses it, so let that be a wonderful mystery to solve another day. May I present, the Bowden Bookshelf...Tweet this!
If you're ever walking by, be sure to take any unwanted clothes, books or magazines and drop them off. Someone else could benefit from your unwanted items. Or if you're looking for a new read or some cheaper-than-Op-Shop-chic, give Bowden a try.