If you read enough of my blog posts, you'd know unlike most young heritage bloggers, I'm interested in the physical 'geographical heritage' of a place. To me, roads are one kind of landmark that may not disappear entirely after they are expunged, unlike buildings that are demolished, and this is why I find old roads fascinating. However I have not got down to blog about them due to other commitments and so today I shall start ... with a quiz first.
I shall not reveal too many hints as this may be too easy for some people.
- The road is behind the foliage in the first photo. If I never say this, some people may just hantum the open field in front ...
- The road is near - within walking distance - to MRT.
- The road is not in the east of Singapore.
After so many days, only one brave taker. Let me add one interesting clue: the road is still around today, just realigned.