Thanks, Alec, for the info.
On 9/05/2022 6:10 pm, 'Alex Cowie' via TramsDownUnder wrote:
> The tower like Habitat Filter is freeway related being one of the exhaust stacks for the Burnley Tunnel. It has been given a treatment appropriate for the arts precinct.
> Alex C
> On Monday, May 9, 2022 at 2:46:34 PM UTC+9:30transit...@... wrote:
> Mal, thanks for the location. Now on the corner of Grant and Dodds
> Street. Close to another odd 19th century sculpture - either the old
> Shot Tower from the Latrobe St site, or the water tower for providing
> high pressure water services to the hydraulic cranes in Victoria
> Nicely wrapped in a steel exo-skeleton!
> The Yellow Peril might be Heritage Listed, but someone has added a
> Graffito (Graffitus?) the meaning of which escapes me. On only one
> side, though, the others are virginal. (Visible via the wonders
> of the
> Google site you sent.
> Dudley Horscroft
> On 9/05/2022 2:17 pm, Mal Rowe wrote:
> > On 09/05/2022 14:11, Yuri Sos wrote:
> >> Aaaah, Vault, disparagingly referred to as the "Yellow Peril".
> >> started life in he City Square corner of Collins and Flinders
> >> and then was moved to Batman Park and now resides off Sturt Street
> >> South Melbourne at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
> > Here you go ...
> > Just add a tram!
> > Mal Rowe - noting that Vault is now heritage listed
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