Thursday, 11 October 2012

Glebe, Jubilee Park, tram stop

This tram stop is located at Jubilee Park in the inner city suburb of Glebe. It was opened in 2000 as part of the Metro Light Rail line, which runs from Central railway station to Lilyfield. It utilised the former Darling Harbour branch of the Metropolitan Goods railway line.

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  1. Jim, the raining house and the trees have now finished. I'm not sure what else is still there.

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    1. Thanks, Ann. Unfortunately it seems like I missed a lot of the Art and About exhibits around Sydney again this year.

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  2. Now that's unusual. Is it meant to look like a hills hoist on a railway track?

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    1. I'm not sure that it was intended o look like a Hill's Hoist but it certainly does. I'l have to check to see whether there's more of these along the line.

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  3. Looks like a real railway station. Love the tram, should be more!

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  4. Tram lines on an old railway route - just the same as here.

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  5. Wishing we had this kind of transportation in our area of the world. That's a great photo Jim.

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  6. A lovely capture! Reminds me of our small, beloved local "Dinky" line. Wonderful to see trams and rails like this worldwide. Thanks so much for dropping by, I'm glad it led me back here.

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  7. Great that they did that. Wish we had a light rail line.

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  8. I love when things are reused
    nice photo

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