What an amazing place! The old tram shed in Glebe Sydney have been unused for the last 60 years only to be visited by photographers, the occasional camera crew, party-goers, graffiti artists (yes I do mean artists, there is some exceptional work on display), and the unfortunate people that call it home.
Getting in can be hard, if the front doors aren’t open there is a small window around the back you need to climb through with the help of some milk crates. Ahhhh, nothing like a spot of trespassing to motivate photo taking. The sheds are split into two halls, the main hall houses several stripped down and graffiti covered trams and an old bus. The place is littered with empty spray paint cans, old barrels, tires, broken glass, shoes, and other interesting rubbish. Unfortunately it won’t be there for much longer as it is likely to be turned into the next block of bland apartments.
Urban Landscapes – Glebe Tram Sheds, Sydney
Selfy – Sorry this one isn’t for sale 🙂
For information on how to get there and what to expect please view the Glebe Tram Shed photographers guide.