A gorgeous bluesky on a lovely autumn afternoon. I love this time of year.

This old gas stripping tower is along the Brisbane river in West End. The tower was used in the removal of tar and ammonia from raw coal gas. Made in 1912, it’s heritage listed and the only one of its kind left in Australia.

A reddish brown cylindrical tower at the bottom of a grassy bank. A platform surrounds the top of the tower and narrow steps are visible. There are large trees across the top of the grass bank and a clear rich blue sky behind the trees and tower.