Has anyone trekked the path from Buona Vista to Commonwealth rail path?
Must be rather hot during the day? When is the best time to go?
Hope to try to go this Friday noon time. Anyone going?
For those interested in walking the Railway Track check this out.. http://www.thegreencorridor.org/category/maps/
interested to go for a walk also.. any idea where to start and end? hmm is it idea to drive there?
Hi people, i will most prob be doing a walk tomorrow from the marshalling yard from kg bahru at 6.30am(hopefully can get some sun rise. not sure if can or not) and will walk upwards to rifle range. However, i stop around 11am-12pm(regardless of whether i'm able to reach rifle range) as the weather is going to be super hot after that. Depending of the shots i have taken, i might go back for seconds.
If anyone is interested, maybe we can meet up somewhere together and head up together or pm me.
P.S. I'm a newbie and has only just started maybe about 3 months or so. So shooting skill is still raw.
i would like to like to complete the whole track can anyone tell me whether is that possible and where should i start?
Entrance to Tanjong Pagar yard is from Silat Ave block 31...
could u tell me how to go to Tanjong Pagar Yard is that near the railway station? thx
U can check out my previous posting..I got put a link that u can check it out how u can go there..
Go there early in the morning, or if you dare, shoot at night. Tripod long exposure.
MF Film user. Nikon D800 works too.
I went again yesterday. Started from Tanjong Pagar MRT at 4pm and ended at Bouna Vista MRT at 8pm. Tanjong Pagar railyard is a real sad sight. Most of the rails are torn up now. Too many people walking along the tracks now to get isolated shots (even in this hot and sweaty weather)! I wouldn't recommend to shoot at night alone. It's dark to even see properly without torch let alone compose properly on the uneven grounds.
The security had cordoned off right under Kampung Bahru flyover with manned officers sitting underneath in the shade. Didn't see the big "landmark" spider. Access to the rails there is much easier now as someone had put up plank boards across the drain and a man-worn path made from the trails of hundreds of visitors across the week.
Last edited by CamInit; 10th July 2011 at 02:31 PM.