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    Default Jurong brick works?

    Does anyone know anything about the 3 famous brick works in Jurong?

    Jurong Track 20, Track 22 and Jalan Lam Sam.

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    Default Re: Jurong brick works?

    you just explored that area? mind to share your photos?

    go try hong kah circle....too!
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    Default Re: Jurong brick works?

    Quote Originally Posted by dominator
    you just explored that area? mind to share your photos?

    go try hong kah circle....too!
    I can't find Hong Kah Circle.....

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    Default Re: Jurong brick works?

    And what's inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstone
    Does anyone know anything about the 3 famous brick works in Jurong?

    Jurong Track 20, Track 22 and Jalan Lam Sam.
    Used to stay in a village inside Jalan Lam Sam when I was very young...on this road leading out on Jalan Lam Sam to where KJE is....there used to be a huge brick works there...even the road from the main road down the slope to the factory was reddish in colour.......

    I still dont get your question though...

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    Default Re: Jurong brick works?

    How many brickworks were there at Lam Sam?

    The old Nanyang Bricks, according to the demolition man (not what you think), it had been empty for over 10 years. Now the old factory is under demolition.

    I Googled, and found a Asian Brick Factory at Lam Sam.


    The same thing?

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