Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Green Corridor - Taking a walk along the railway tracks

Northwest CDC has cut steps and installed railings for some kind of event, so these steps and railings helps us to climb up to the railway tracks at The Rail Mall at Upper Bukit Timah Road. It is best to wear proper shoes cause there are many slopes along the tracks and also many stones and uneven path along the tracks.

The bridge where the train once runs above the road at Upper Bukit Timah Road. I think the bridge will be dismantled too and the infrastructure return to Malaysia.

You can see huge crowd mingle around the bridge near The Rail Mall to take photos.

Even doggie has come to join in the fun in this historical moment.

Parents take the opportunity to bring their kids to walk on the tracks and taking photos for memories.

More photos coming soon.


dong ho said...

amazing that one would thought you are far away from the skyline but at some vantage you can see the high rise buildings.

thomas said...

This's a very antique railway bridge,
it's nice to see people appreciating old thing like this.

alicesg said...

Dong Ho, you are right, the railway track was built right in the middle of the city during the colonial time, so we have now convinced them to move to the northend of Singapore so we can utilised the land properly.