31 Mar '16, 1pm

Abandoned railway line becomes a thriving elevated park in Sydney

Abandoned railway line becomes a thriving elevated park in Sydney

The new pedestrian and cycle corridor stretches from Railway Square and Ultimo to Darling Harbour, connecting more than 80,000 tertiary students, locals, and visitors to major attractions and views such as those of Frank Gehry’s UTS Dr. Chau Chak Wing , a famous building oft-likened to a crumpled paper bag. “What was once a conduit for trade has been reinterpreted to carry the precious cargo of a thriving neighbourhood: culture, creativity and community,” says The Goods Line project lead designer and ASPECT Studios director, Sacha Coles.

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