Sunset way train tracks are part of a now-defunct railway that used to ply between Malaysia and Singapore. 
Text and pictures credit to Francis Lim, the boyfriend ;)

How to go: The tracks extend over Sungei Ulu pandan. The nearest way to get to the tracks via public transport is to take 185 or 189, get off at Clementi Ave 6 or buses 52, 99, 105, 106, 173, 183, 188, or 963, getting off at after toh tuck avenue and walking the last bit up. Another way is to drop off at Sunset way Blk 109 (buses 2, 61, 74, 74e, 75, 151, 154 and 184), have lunch at the tasty Kim's family restaurant (Korean) or ice cream at the Daily scoop, and to take a leisurely stroll to the tracks. 

The main subject is the suspended bridge and is very beautiful when the picture is taken and cross processed! There are many details around and on the track, which are very nice and useful for abstract pictures or model shoots!
The bridge is actually quite rusty and old, which gave me an urge to quickly snap more pictures before this structure gets pulled down or fall. Pictures taken there also gives a very relaxing and vintage mood, you can thus very easily lose yourself here for a few hours, looking up and down, trying every angle of framing and composition or enjoying the breeze!

There are also many details below the bridge, like an area used for private farming of some vegetables, which is fenced up with barbed wire and some purple-looking leaves. This is overall, worth a visit for train track fans and will surely help you use up a full afternoon!