Sunday, 17 February 2008

Brickpit chimneys, Sydney Park

Over the last two days I've showed a couple of different aspects of Sydney Park at St Peters, in the inner southern suburbs of Sydney.
This park is less than 20 years old. The site was used for clay extraction for making bricks, and then rubbish disposal. These are the brick pit chimneys (which are just visible on the skyline in yesterday's picture.)

1 comment:

  1. This brick pit was always a fascinating site...I remember driving past it so many times, and being fascinated by the ovens. It's good to know the area is now well-used as a public space.