My Open House Melbourne 2019 round up

I can’t remember the last time that I did the rounds of Open House Melbourne, let alone upload the photos I took, but this year I decided to pull my finger out and do something about it!

First stop – the MIRRAT terminal at Webb Dock.

Looking down on 'Victorian Reliance II', 'Hercules Leader' and 'Trans Future 6' at Webb Dock

Where every car in Victoria is now unloaded.

Unloading cars from 'Trans Future 6' at Webb Dock

Up to the top of the Melbourne GPO, at the DesignInc architecture studio.

Looking down on the H&M store at the Melbourne GPO

Emporium Melbourne, riding a 25 tonne truck hoist 12 metres down into the basement.

Riding the 25 tonne Safetech truck hoist 12 metres down into the basement at Emporium Melbourne

And then up to the fifth floor, to see the empty void behind the Myer Lonsdale Street store facade.

Empty room on the reverse side of the retained 11-storey Lonsdale Street store facade

Watching passing trains from the ‘Signal’ youth arts centre.

Watching passing trains from the 'Signal' youth arts centre

And finally – Australia 108, where a room full of diesel powered fire water pumps occupy level 42.

Fire water pumps on the level 42 plant room of Australia 108

More photos still to some – though I wonder how long it will take me to upload them!

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2 Responses to “My Open House Melbourne 2019 round up”

  1. DavID Payne says:

    You made great use of the Open House weekend!

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