J Bar, these are very nice.
Interesting buildings. The contrast of the clear blue sky is great!
Now what style of architecture might that building be?
'Tis a lovely style of architecture. Sydney's finest ... now would that be on the east or the west of the tracks, Jim. Oh, I do hope 'tis on the east. One can't be too careful these days ...
What a beautiful city it indeed must be. IMpressed. Please have you all a good Saturday.daily athens
Andrew, I wasn't too sure what style of architecture it is, so I didn't to hazard a guess. Maybe someone will let me know and I can update the post.Julie, it is indeed on the eastern side of the tracks, so that should meet with your approval, especially being 'upper north shore'. Ha ha.
Travelling to Sydney from the Hunter has seen me passing these buildings many times over the past 40 years. Thanks for the memories..
Great light + good choice of subject
OOPS!Poor proof reading. Traveling spelled incorrectly..
Chez, you had the correct Australian spelling for 'travelling', in your first post. The American spelling is 'traveling'.
Jim my thanks for your explanation about the correct spelling of travelling. I have always taken pride in my ability to spell and here I am confused by something so simple.
Beautiful photos of great-looking buildings; it's splendid that they are multi-use.
Lovely building, I like those windows.
I would call it Sydney architecture. It like nothing I have ever seen. Not to say it is bad, just different.
«Louis» noticed the old-fashion meat market in the photo. Are those as rare in Australia as they are in the U.S. now? The supermarkets have crowded most of the small butcher shops out of business.
Yes Louis, the same has happened in Australia so these suburban butchers are very rare these days. Where you might have had up to five local butchers in a suburb, thirty or forty years ago, you might be lucky to find one there these days.
Nice buildings. lots of character.
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