Woolloomooloo’s ‘Harry’s Cafe de Wheels’ca 1979.
His ‘cafe’ was at the entrance to the Garden Island Naval base, Cowper Wharf Roadway in inner eastern Sydney.
‘Harry’s Cafe de Wheels’ gained new fame as a tourist attraction.
A visit to the caravan became a ‘must’ for visiting celebrities such as Frank Sinatra,
Robert Mitchum and Marlene Dietrich.
In 1974, Colonel Sanders stopped at Harry’s and enjoyed the food so much that he ate three ‘pies and peas’ while leaning on his walking stick in front of the caravan.
A picture of Sanders taken during the visit still hangs in the caravan today.”
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