Walking towards one of the tunnels where the coal was loaded into rail carts
Looking through the tunnel to the other end. You can see on the roof the shafts where the coal was dropped down into the rail carts waiting below.
The area now is used as a community garden area organised by the local council.
Some of the garden areas
Walking back to the station we enjoyed some fantastic views of the City and Harbour Bridge.
We found this rather eclectic café to enjoy some lunch and coffee before heading home.
It was an area that none of us had visited before which we all thoroughly enjoyed with the added bonus of having done over "10,000 steps" as recommended to walk each day.
I did spend sometime over the weekend quilting my curved log cabin. I am pleased with it so far.
So far 3 blocks have been quilted and this time I am tying off and burying the ends as I go in order not to have that boring job at the end. I intend to get a lot more done during the week.
Back soon and in the meantime
Happy sewing all