[Pyrmont Incinerator, showing sculptural details

[Pyrmont Incinerator, showing sculptural details — The Pyrmont incinerator designed by Walter Burley Griffin in

Pyrmont incinerator view from above

Pyrmont incinerator view from above — The Pyrmont incinerator designed by Walter Burley Griffin in

decorative panel

decorative panel — The Pyrmont incinerator designed by Walter Burley Griffin in

Pyrmont Incinerator from Glebe Island Bridge. SRC21022. Originally from book Pyrmont Incinerator SRC 725.9 SYDN.

Pyrmont Incinerator from Glebe Island Bridge. Originally from book Pyrmont Incinerator SRC SYDN.

Pyrmont Incinerator, 1992, minus the chimney stack (City of Sydney Archives)

Pyrmont Incinerator, minus the chimney stack (City of Sydney Archives)

Griffin, Walter Burley, 1876-1937. Perspective view of unidentified incinerator, (Willoughby?)

Griffin, Walter Burley, Perspective view of unidentified incinerator, (Willoughby?

The Art deco lines of the Pyrmont Incinerator. Of the seven Griffin and Nicholls incinerators that were built in Sydney, only Willoughby and Glebe incinerators survive.

The Walter Burley Griffin Society Incorporated is a not-for-profit association incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1984 (NSW).

Willoughby Incinerator- restored and used as a gallery and cafe

Willoughby Incinerator- restored and used as a gallery and cafe

The incinerator on the edge of Willoughby Centennial Parklands.

The Griffin Willoughby Incinerator, completed in is a remarkable piece of early Australian Industrial heritage. Designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls, the building is sited at the edge of what is now the Willoughby Centennial

Pyrmont Incinerator (1934) by Walter Burley Griffin. Now demolished

Pyrmont Incinerator by Walter Burley Griffin. Now demolished

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