The last train chugged out of the Tanjong Pagar Railway station on 30th June 2011. I hope we preserve some of the vestiges of solid engineering handed down by the British and the immigrant hands that cobbled them into being. There are things we shouldn’t forget. The Bukit Timah Railway portion of the track hopefully will remain intact for generations to come. I was glad my nephew asked to go to the rail tracks on his 20th birthday in July. So he can create his own memories.
I just love the wrought iron structure… it’s pretty for something so imposing. 🙂
Down memory lane…
A nostalgic track…
Is everything always black and white? Hopefully, it doesn’t become one great big black and white or sepia snapshot for the annals. Hopefully, promises are iron-clad and a green belt co-exists with these splended structures. And not another faceless condominium clubhouse or worse, struck off the map to become a distant memory.
Go green corridor!
can you see the dragonfly?..