Sunday, 29 September 2013

Waterloo, South Sydney Uniting Church

South Sydney Uniting Church is located along Raglan Street, in the inner city suburb of Waterloo. This heritage listed sandstone church, built in the Victorian Gothic architectural style, was originally a Methodist Church.


  1. The feeling of olde England is what I see - stone and arched windows add a classic look to this impressive house of worship...

  2. Lovely old church, beautiful blue skies and a great shadow shot for the day, Jim!! Definitely a feeling of olde England!

  3. I hope you never run out of beautiful buildings to photograph in Sydney! I do appreciate seeing the architecture and getting a sense (albiet, small) of history.

  4. Beautiful style and love the sandstone tones. A grand blue sky frames it wonderfully.

  5. Very good!
    Love all the arched windows!
    Lea's Menagerie

  6. Sandstone is the most gentle and beautiful building material, for churches and other buildings. It is my absolute favourite.

    Waterloo looks lovely.


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