Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Newtown North Public School

Newtown North Public School is located along Carillon Avenue, in the inner city suburb of Newtown. The West Wing was constructed in 1897 in the Federation Free architectural style with Arts and Crafts architectural style features.

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  1. Wonderful photo! Excellent composition in the windows!

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  2. Love the angle of the photo of the vintage building for OWT ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. Quelle architecture !... Des jeux de couleurs intéressantes avec ces briques.

    Gros bisous ♡

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  4. I LOVE the rusticated details on this structure. The arches, the cornice, the extended window sills are all just wonderful. Thank you for haring this image.

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    1. It was impossible to capture the whole building so I tried to include as much of the interesting details as I could.

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  5. Love the shades of red on that building.

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  6. Love the building ... the architecture and the wonderful stained glass.

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  7. Very statuesque. You do well documenting the area architecture.

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  8. This school building is gorgeous. Every student should have the opportunity to spend some time in a place like this. It would give them an appreciation of incorporating beauty into life.

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  9. I left North Newtown public in 1974 when I went it was not a multi story school the 1 I attended was on the corner of Carillon & elizabeth & has since been torn down to make was for multi story buildings I have been searching for yrs for a photo of the school when I attened

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