Saturday, 22 August 2009

Homebush Bay, Brickpit Ring Walkway

The Brickpit Ring Walk at Homebush Bay above the former brick pit. A monument to the brickworks made from machinery from the former brickworks can be seen here.

15 comments:

  1. Great photos. I wish I could see that place.

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  2. Looks like an interesting walk to me! Great colors!

    Thanks for visiting my skies this week. Good to catch up here.

    Your skies look like they have been as blue and clear as ours!

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  3. I haven't gone to Sydney.
    So I'm interested in your pictures!

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  4. Love the first shot of the sweeping walkway. I'll have to check it out next time we're in Sydney.

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  5. I like.... sky, view, walkway. Thanks for your visit.

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  6. I don't understand the walk. Maybe I am thick as a brick. Was it installed as part of the factory? I'll find the movie..if I have to get it on line. I wrote you about baseball Did you get that comment?

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  7. Thank you for showing us around the amazing places... no need to travel because of the Net ;)
    Ring walk now serves as a good jogging ground ;) and the salvaged piece of machinery serves as a good reminder about the work the past generations did and achieved...

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  8. Lee, after the redevelopment work ceased and the habitat was preserved, they decided to build the ring walkway as a way for people to view it from above without disturbing it. I didn't see a comment from you about baseball.

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  9. I meant to comment on your Skywatch enter but got stuck with these formations instead. Interesting constructions! :)

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  10. I love your co,ourful shots of the Brickpit Ring Walk.

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  11. A beautiful and intelligent monument.
    Thanks very much for sharing interesting photos and story. I enjoy reading this post.
    Samantha
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  12. Great shots of the ring walk. I really like the colors on the railing.

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  13. Cool and fun photos of the bridges! What a great place to linger and enjoy the view!~

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