Yarralumla brickworks, Canberra, Australia. Built to produce the bricks used to build many of Canberra's early buildings. It operated from 1913 until its closure in 1942. It is known for producing the bricks used to build itself.
The Carillion in Canberra, Australia is a building housing many bells which are played by someone operating a keyboard. It takes a 3 year university degree to be able to play it - good thing too as it is quite loud.
On the fringes of what was once the walled Fort of Mumbai, stands the High Court, another hauntingly beautiful (some say haunted!) structure, in brooding black stone. Opposite it lies the Oval Maidan, formerly a large Bowling Green where English memsahibs came to "take in the air." Today, it is an important lung in a congested city, where aspiring young cricketers practice their paces under the...
This is the Science and Technology Centre in Canberra. The building has a round turret in the middle which looks pretty cool. The exhibits inside are all about educating the general public about science and technology. Quite a fun building to play in for a day. If you are visiting Canberra, this is a must see.