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JURONG RAILWAY LINE BRIDGE

48 Sunset Way, Singapore 597074 Directions

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Jurong Railway Line bridge is the former railway line located in Singapore. The railway was opened in 1965 as the Railway Station to Shipyard Road near present-day Jurong Island. The railway was primarily used for the transport of goods between Malaysia and Jurong. Over the years, railway tracks have been removed and land reclaimed for industrial and residential purposes by the authorities. At present, the railway station has become a tourist attraction. The spot's main attraction is the tunnel bring where you can enter and look over the railways, and the end of the tunnel leads to the first area.

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Old railway track, Nature, Trees, Plants, Historical Things, Collections & Self Guided Tour

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OLD TOWN TRACK

Commonwealth Ave West, Singapore 192583 Directions

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Old Town Track is the Rail Corridor located in Singapore. The entry point of the track is the junction of Greenleaf Walk and Greenleaf View. There was a narrower road, sandwiched between dense vegetation, on a slightly more significant elevation to the side. The track leads to the valley bounded by thick vegetation. On walking along the Rail Corridor, it is an easy way to reach the secondary forest. The track was also used for walking, jogging, cycling and for doing the morning exercise.

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Walking, Jogging, Nature, cycling, Track & Morning exercise

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