Friday, January 17, 2020

More to come..



Regular readers of PDP will recognise the sight above.. the newly opened Ritz-Carlton and The Towers at Elizabeth Quay and  just visible behind above and here below the Double Tree by Hilton. The cranes that dominated the skyline here for the past two years have gone!
  

But no wait, what is this I see! The cranes have transferred just a stones throw away to the other side of the quay and are beavering away en masse. I'm guessing by the presence of pile drivers used for deep foundations below something big is happening here.. I'll have to do some digging of my own to find out more :) Watch this space!  Happy Friday, take care and stay safe..


24 comments:

  1. ...the construction business must be good in your area.

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  2. Looks like lots going on. I seem to have picked up a bug here AGAIN, too much kissing with the French me thinks!!! Coughing badly once more!! Keep well Diane

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  3. The ever expanding city hard at work.
    That teh short crane is quite decorative with its orange.

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  4. Les grues li han agafat estima a aquest lloc ! ;)

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  5. It never ends here either. There are cranes everywhere you look!

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  6. It looks like the city is prospering.

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  7. The city is doing great, business is definitely open!

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  8. I can't see that the Quay has been ruined yet, but even more tall buildings?

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  9. Schöne Bilder von der Stadt wachsender Stadt.

    Noke

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  10. That is one of the fascinating things about cities, all the cranes.

    I accidentally deleted your comment on my blog (I did read it) and was going to say your family will be finding it cooler here now the rain has come. I can't quite believe that up in Katoomba this afternoon it is a complete white out from fog.

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  11. Lovely crane photos. Those cranes mean development is happening.

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  12. Looks like a thriving city. So many kiwis go and live in Perth. Never heard a bad thing about that city.

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  13. Perth sure is a go ahead city.

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  14. Oh, boy, Grace. All will be like totally different just yet again when we come back, it´s crazy!!! There is really no use in putting a skyline sticker on your car anymore, LOL (Ingo still has one lying around here, now I understand why ;-)...)

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  15. Perth seems to be in a constructions boom for sure, cranes everywhere and road works everywhere!
    Have a great weekend Grace

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  16. Busy,busy,busy with a lot of architecture. By the way great header instantly gives a great summer feeling.

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  17. Nice pictures of the city that grows and grows ... like a giant!!!
    Wishing you a nice weekend ahead! 🤗

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  18. That must become something big overthere!

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  19. Ooo interesting. Lots happening and planned for here too.

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