Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Circular Quay, cafe

This heritage listed building is located along the foreshore of Sydney Harbour at East Circular Quay. The former Harbour Master's Office was constructed in 1910 in the Federation architectural style and is now the Portobello Caffe.

16 comments:

  1. Love to see old buildings rescued, JIm. This a great spot for a cafe. I see you changed your thumbnail?

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    1. Linda, I'm not sure what you mean because I haven't changed anything on my blog.

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    2. The thumbnail would be the pic directly beside your name above here.

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    3. Thanks, William. I thought that might be the case but I haven't made any changes so am unsure what Linda is seeing.

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  2. Bonjour,

    Un endroit rempli de charme... j'aime beaucoup cette photo.

    Gros bisous ♡

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  3. Charming...quaint...and oh so beautiful surroundings.

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  4. Always good to see sights that have been saved and your skies always amaze me! Have a great week, Jim!

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  5. I have only four pleasures in life - preserved architecture, beach, sunshine and espresso coffee. You have managed to combine all four in one site :)

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  6. Looks very inviting since it is rather coooold in MA ~ Great shot!

    Happy Week,
    artmusedog and carol

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  7. Lovely to be able to take a stroll there. Hope to visit Sydney soon. Happy Tuesday.

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  8. Such a quaint building. A very good spot for a coffee.

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  9. I always like to hear about a building being used for something else rather than torn down.

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