Thursday, July 14, 2011

The Green Corridor in Singapore.

On Sunday 10 July 2011, my friends and I joined the thousands of people who have walked along the unused railway tracks that run between the beautiful old Tanjong Pagar railway station and all the way through lush greenery to our borders with Malaysia. Take a look at The Green Corridor to learn more.
We started at the bridge at Bukit Timah Road, near Rifle Range Road.
It looked like our local version of the Laneway Festival - it was the RAILWAY Festival!


I TOUCHED the bridge (and I have a photo to prove it)!

The bridge was built a loooong time ago.

I swear I could have seen gorillas lumbering out from amongst the bushes in the midst! Is this really Singapore???

Adorable entrepreneurial kids selling lemonade along the railway tracks to all those thirsty people.

After about 2 hours, we finally reach the bridge by the Rail Mall. Yet MORE people!

1 comment:

Sid Semblance said...

The whole railway line is wonderful. It should be preserved as a green corridor now with enough space so that the railway can be reinstated at some time in the future if needs change and a route from Singapore to the rest of Asia becomes desirable.