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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Dawson Street Bridge


I've previously posted a photograph of Dawson Street.

There you can see the mill that was originally the Redfern Rubber Works. I believe the area is now divided amongst a number of light industrial users. The factory was either side of the street and the two parts are linked by this covered bridge. I don't know whether or not it is still used as a passageway.

8 comments:

alicesg said...

Lovely photo of the bridge. I guess there is a height limit for vehicles passing under it.

Boise Diva said...

Not a very obbvious bridge in that photo. I had to look twice to "see" it.

Cezar and Léia said...

I like this kind of "bridge", but I guess it is only used by people that works in this building,isn`t it?
At the Old Center Town in Lux I just found a similar “bridge”( between buildings), but it is used like a kind of way just in case of some “fire”( I don`t know the name in English used for it...sorry)

Monique said...

Nice pic. I'm immensely impressed by the amount of followers you have.

Dave King said...

Interesting choice - might be even more interesting to know why you've chosen a particular shot.

Ashtonian said...

Something I see a lot when I visit which I don't recall when I lived there at least not to this extent and that is boarded up windows and more, trees (weeds) growing out the top of buildings etc.

Love the pictures

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is really neat.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is an interesting pathway, i wonder how it was constructed with all that brick. Love the photo when blown up as well

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