Direct link to ImageShareConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones SUMMER HERALD. FORGOTTEN SYDNEY. The Glow Worm Tunnel in Newnes was originally built in 1907 as part of the rail network to service the Shale Oil Works. It was abandoned in 1934 with the tracks lifted and transported to Europe for beach defenses during World War II. The curved and waterlogged tunnel has since been inhabited by glow worms and is 365m long. 28th November 2016, Photo: Wolter Peeters, The Sydney Morning Herald.Photographer:WOLTER PEETERSSee all of this photographer's images28 November, 2016Image ID:FXB321313Keywords:dark-glow-glow worm-glowing-Newnes-tunnel-wormCategories:Human InterestAdd to cartDownload Zoom res. (TR3)DownloadRelated Collections:Photos1440 Exhibition, 2017Select usageWhat type of print?