We can do it in one go! The quest continues.

Lazy I 2 May 2011 8

scrap metal

During a progress inspection of the ongoing ‘asbestos wasteland’ to ‘urban paradise’ transformation in Molongolo on the weekend I was lucky enough to witness this amazing use of a standard sized box trailer.

I can assure you that the perspective of the photo isn’t playing tricks on your eyes, the scrap metal is above the top of the traffic lights.

[Ed – Got an image of Canberra you want to share with the world? Email it to images@the-riotact.com .]


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colourful sydney racing identity colourful sydney racing identity 10:20 am 03 May 11

I, for one, applaud this environmental initiative. If the driver had taken two trips they would have used significantly more petrol…

Lazy I Lazy I 9:42 am 03 May 11

canberralocal said :

I want to know what type of car was towing that trailer!

It was a silver/purple Hyundai Excel, a car renowned for its stump pulling torque.

xyro xyro 7:36 pm 02 May 11

on the way to become another Stanhope art project maybe?

canberralocal canberralocal 7:08 pm 02 May 11

I want to know what type of car was towing that trailer!

puggy puggy 1:43 pm 02 May 11

Seeing as they appear to be heading into Molonglo, perhaps they realise there’ll be a great big hole in which to stuff all that crap once they dig out all the asbestos.

Sammy Sammy 1:38 pm 02 May 11

You’re mistaken. It’s actually an artist delivering their latest taxpayer-funded work titled “Suburban misgivings”.

Solidarity Solidarity 1:27 pm 02 May 11

Heh, kinda looks like some of that public art we keep getting.

Gungahlin Al Gungahlin Al 1:16 pm 02 May 11

Amazing. Any piece of which through your windscreen could mean the end of your life. Shame there’s no rego visible…

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