Friday, 16 April 2021

Randwick, chimney

This chimney bathed in golden sunset light is located at the former Randwick Tramway Workshops, along King Street, in the eastern suburb of Randwick. The workshop was established in 1881. The final trams ran in 1961 and the workshop yards became a bus depot and workshop until closing in 1988. The site was redeveloped for residential apartments but the chimney was preserved.
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  1. That's great they preserved the chimney. Makes for a wonderful landmark!

  2. good information and happy to see they preserved

  3. We have a number of preserved chimneys where I live in the United States. Redevelopment is a good thing but only when they preserve history, in my opinion. Happy it was done here.

  4. I am glad they preserved the Chimney. We have a similar one in downtown. It was an old creamery building and chimney---unused now but painted with Tulips.

  5. Greetings and Salutations! History always is interesting. Glad the Chimney was preserved.


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