Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Knee-deep in . . .


Knee-deep . . . in wet concrete.

The never-ending saga of building rails for the tram (light rail) which with any luck will someday start running in Jerusalem.
This section is on Mount Herzl, along the busy and congested Herzl Boulevard.
Hat-tip to the men who do this hard work, sloshing through wet concrete.
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10 comments:

CathM said...

I love trams... it’d be super if they get the tram system up and running in Jerusalem. Imagine that – seeing the city via a tram ride... how wonderful :)

Kay said...

They're planning to build a rail system in Hawaii, too although it's very controvertial because of the cost. It sure does look like hard work.

Cloudia said...

Oy! Is this what our light rail project will look like here in Honolulu? Kay and I will ride it though, right neighbor?
Aloha-

Catherine said...

I know some children who would love to try this ...... for a few minutes, I guess.

mommanator said...

Wow you always find so much to take pics of! everday stuff you make come to life!

Reader Wil said...

Hat tip from me as well! This is very hard work indeed!

Pietro said...

Trams are quite good for sight-seeing too. But the lines construction (and it's a hard work indeed) sometimes is really endless.

cieldequimper said...

Now I would be afraid of staying stuck (yes, I'm a coward!)

Meead S. said...

Civil Engineering!

susieofarabia said...

I guess it's not the quick-dry type or they'd be trouble!!!