The Boundary Street Markets received a fascinating new addition today, with the delivery of a massive Motor Rail, to add a touch of rustic glamour to the markets.
The 10 ton Silver Bullet motor rail carriage was transported to West End on the back of a trailer, and then installed in place with the help of two 20 ton cranes.
The cranes hoisted the carriage off the trailer and, after the trailer drove away from underneath the carriage, it was firmly secured on the ground.
According to Mr. David Bostock, the manager of Boundary Street Markets, it will be an icon for the property and will be used as a seating area for the visitors of the Boundary street Market.
Mr. Fred Drake, the proprietor of ABSOE, discovered the motor rail carriage sitting in a neighbor’s property in the Brisbane valley.
2 thoughts on “Light rail stops in Boundary Street”
19 July, 2014
Oh wow, what a brilliant idea! I can’t wait to check it out next time I visit the Boundary St Markets (which will no doubt be soon)!
Jerry Pressnell First National
23 July, 2014
Very cool. Another great attraction for the awesome Boundary St Markets