One such story can be spotted by those paying close attention to the brick walls of the Workshops. On the exterior wall of Bay 14, on the railway line side, a faint outline of a heart is painted onto the brickwork. This simple symbol of adoration was etched almost 70 years ago by a worker to signal to his new love as she passed by on the train.
Curio Projects has been working with Mirvac and their extended team of in-house and consulting experts in construction, design and production to plan, design and implement this extraordinary award-winning project since 2016.
We are excited to share more stories of this industrial wonder and the workers who gave it life as we continue to develop the heritage interpretation and cultural tourism experience at the South Eveleigh precinct.
Click here to find out more about Curio’s work at South Eveleigh.