Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Alexandria, town hall

Alexandria Town Hall is located along Garden Street, in the inner city suburb of Alexandria. It was designed by Ferdinand Reuss Snr and built in 1881 in the Victorian architectural style. In 1928 the façade was redesigned by DT Morrow and Gordon in the Inter-War Free Classical architectural style. In those days many inner city suburbs had their own municipalities but these days it is used as a community centre.


  1. Beautiful! I like huge windows and color of walls.

  2. A lovely old building and good to see that it is still being used and well kept! Great shot for the day, Jim! Have a good week!

  3. If it wasn't for the lettering I would've thought it was entrance to a High School.

    1. Although it is much smaller than a high school.

  4. Interesting!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  5. Great to see a breakthrough reuse of an old public building.

  6. Really this is the Town Hall? Looks like apartments!


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